J. Alexander Chiles was one of Lexington's first African American lawyers. After being removed from a "whites only" railroad car in the early 1900s, Chiles sued and eventually argued his case before ...
HORSES, HORSES The showiest of show horses is the beautiful and proud American Saddlebred. Nothing matches a Saddlebred when he moves into one of his flashy gaits and the crowd of spectators bursts ...
Lexington is located at the junction of I-75 and I-64. Two-thirds of the U.S. population live within a day's drive of the Horse Capital of the World. Lexington, Kentucky is also served by U.S. Highways 25, 27, 60 and 68.
250 West Main Street Ste. 2100 | Lexington, KY 40507
(800) 848-1224 or (859) 233-1221
Lexington Visitors Center
401 West Main Street Ste. 104 | Lexington, KY 40507
(800) 845-3959 or (859) 233-7299