Lane’s End Farm, Champion Horses and Charity


LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ)- Lane’s End Farm hosts some of the most memorable horses including A.P. Indy and Quality Road while making time to give back to the community.

This year champion horse, A. P. Indy, turns 30 years old continuing to make his mark on Lane’s End Farm. Guests who tour this 2000 acre farm will also get to see the sons and grandsons of this legendary horse. Quality Road, now 13 years old, is also a must see while touring Lane’s End Farm.

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Quality Road puts Lane’s End Farm on the map for charity work. All proceeds from Quality Road’s breeding rights go to the Edward P. Evan’s Foundation. This foundation works to give back to cancer research, a notable cause as Ned Evans passed away from leukemia in 2010. Ned Evans also left his horse assets to the foundation as well.

Tour guests can welcome Spring with a visit where they will get to see foals enjoying the farm. Additionally, Lane’s End Farm will also be featuring three new stallions, Accelerate, City of Light, and West Coast. Lane’s End hopes to take on the challenge of breeding three new stallions by looking at the legacy of A.P. Indy and working to breed mares with similar traits.

To learn more about Lane’s End Farm, visit their website.

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