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Farms and More
Postcard Gallery

This page includes images of Thoroughbred farms and other places like the Kentucky Derby Museum, mostly from the 60's and earlier. If there was a caption on the back, it is included as well as any comments on postmarks or dates.

"Bull Lea" the Sire of many famous Race Horses
Calumet Farm, Lexington, Kentucky, is the home of "Bull Lea" the famous stallion and sire of many leading money winners including Citation, Armed, Bewitch, Coaltown. Calumet is one of the largest Thoroughbred Farms in the Country.
Mares and Foals, Claiborne Farm, Paris, "In Old Kentucky"
Entrance to Claiborne Farm, Home of Imp, Sir Gallahad, 3rd Imp, Blenheim, 2nd Gallant Fox, Stimulus, Omaha, Johnstown, and other good stallions.
Scene on Mrs. Whitney's "Greentree Farm" near Lexington, Ky.

View of Idle Hour Farm, Lexington, Ky., Owned by Col. E.R. Bradley
On this farm were bred and trained four Kentucky Derby winners: Behave Yourself - 1921, Bubbling Over - 1926, Burgoo King - 1932, Broker's Tip - 1933
Kentucky Derby Museum
Kentucky Derby Museum, Churchill Downs, Louisville, Kentucky
Within this museum are displayed many interesting historical items related to Churchill Downs and the Kentucky Derby. The museum and also a tour of the world-famous race track, grounds, and gardens are enjoyed by thousands of visitors every year. (Can anyone help date this photo?)
Entrance to "Kingston Stud" Stock Farm, near Lexington, Ky.
(Postmarked 1915)

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