Kentucky farm

Kentucky's Adena Springs Farm to be Sold

Adena Springs Farm, located near Paris, Ky., will be sold, according to Dallas real estate firm Icon Global. Frank Stronach purchased the land that makes up the 2,300-acre property in 2005 and built the facility from scratch, opening it in 2007. It is capable of handling over 1,000 horses and has been the home of a number of prominent stallions, including homebreds Awesome Again and Ghostzapper. Adena Springs Farm is part of The Stronach Group's (TSG) real estate portfolio and is being sold under the direction of its Chairman, Chief...

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Business is Booming at Norevale Farm

When Leo and Sarah Dooley announced last September that they would be starting their own boarding, quarantine and sales prep operation, they knew there would be a few factors working against them. First and foremost was the pandemic, at a time when the vaccine rollout was still months away. Plus, the couple was expecting to add a third member to their family at the end of the year. Even so, the Dooleys decided it was the right time to step out on their own, and Norevale Farm was born. "In...

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Norevale Farm Launched in Central Kentucky

Leo and Sarah Dooley announced Wednesday the opening of Norevale Farm, a new boarding, quarantine, and sales prep operation located on Hume Bedford Pike near Paris, Ky. The 110-acre farm will focus on small scale, quality horsemanship and offer both year-round and seasonal boarding for mares, foals, yearlings, and layups; foaling and breeding; quarantine after all major sales; and sales prep. "'Going out on our own', as they say, has always been our goal--both individually and as a couple," said the Dooleys in a joint statement. "We're really proud of...

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