Golden Chance Farm, an historic 600+ acre property in Bourbon County, is currently being offered for sale through Kirkpatrick & Co. The farm was home to 1970 GI Kentucky Derby winner Dust Commander, who was campaigned by Robert and Verna Lehmann and who began his stud career at the Lehmanns' Golden Chance Farm. The farm was also the birthplace of the great John Henry, as well as 1977 Derby runner-up Run Dusty Run.
In addition to a main residence and guest house, the property includes five barns with one-hundred stalls, a HydroHorse aqua-
tread, and six-horse Kraft hotwalker. The farm's neighbors include Claiborne Farm, Coolmore America's Creekview Farm, Godolphin's Stonerside Farm, Stone Farm, and Xalapa.
“Kirkpatrick & Co. is deeply honored by the confidence of our client,” said the agency's president and principal broker Zach Davis, who has the listing. “It's always a pleasure to offer a farm with such provenance, but because this year is the 50th anniversary of its Derby victory, it's doubly-special.”
The farm has been listed at $3,725,000.