Home of the Legendary
Sire of more than
15 Grand Champions 
Sire of famous
foundation stallion
Joe Banjo

Joe Banjo
2 Time RMHA
Sam Tuttle Award Winner  and KMSHA World Grand Championship Stallion









Classic Farm is located in picturesque central Kentucky with over 140 acres of beautiful countryside.  Classic Farm is known for it's TOP QUALITY breeding and training of Kentucky Mountain Saddle Horses and Rocky Mountain Horses. 

With our award winning trainers, we offer training for the show or the trail, seminars, clinics, personal lessons, and correction.

Our state-of-the art facilities include:

150 X 225 Outdoor Arena

125 X 175 Indoor Arena

Breeding Room

Heated Wash Stalls

Horse Exercisers

Safe Airy Stalls

32 Acre Stocked Lake on 140 Acres


Click here for photos of our facilities.

Indoor Training Facility

PHOTO: Indoor Training Facility

About the Horses of Classic Farm

Jason, Amy, Hannah and Bryson ... a family affiar at Classic FarmEven from a distance, you can sense that there is a difference. The flowing mane and tail, the four beat gait, the obvious serenity, the shear grace and beauty, all of its qualities project the aura of a fairy tale creature, a dream vision in the form of a dream horse. This is the Kentucky Mountain Saddle Horse. Move closer and its gentle temperament produces the dominant impression. Stallion or gelding, show horse or trail mount, grace and gentility radiate charisma.

For over 200 years, the Kentucky Mountain Saddle Horse has lived and flourished in the mountains and valleys of eastern Kentucky. Originally bred for varied uses on the family farm, the Kentucky Mountain Saddle Horse quickly became known for more than its versatility and heartiness, it became known and desired for its intelligence, its willingness and perhaps most notably, its smooth and natural 4-beat gait.

Today, along with its willing nature and exceptional beauty, the Kentucky Mountain Saddle Horse is admired for that easy comfortable ride that a natural 4-beat gait produces. Whether trail or endurance riding, showing, working cattle, or pulling a cart, the Kentucky Mountain Saddle Horse offers its rider intelligence, willingness, versatility and a smooth, natural 4-beat gait.

Classic Farm's Blue BoyIn 1989, Robert Robinson, Jr. formed the Kentucky Mountain Saddle Horse Association to document and preserve the ancestry of the breed and to establish and promote nationally and internationally its cherished characteristics. This breed has formally become recognized as the "Kentucky Mountain Saddle Horse." The Association's registry includes over 22,000 registered Kentucky Mountain Saddle Horses throughout the United States, Canada, Germany, France, Switzerland, and Holland. New owners and friends of the Kentucky Mountain Saddle Horse are invited to become members and participate in its various programs.

Jason and Joe BanjoFor those interested in showing, the Association sponsors regional and national shows, culminating at the Kentucky Mountain Saddle Horse Association's International Grand Championship Show at the Kentucky Horse Park in mid-October each year.

For those interested in organized trail rides, the Association endorses local, regional, and national trail rides that are good old-fashioned family get-togethers and fun for all.

The Association sponsors a magazine that keeps members informed on current topics related to the Kentucky Mountain Saddle Horse. The Kentucky Mountain Saddle Horse is truly a horse for any reason in any season.

Discover at Classic Farm the Kentucky Mountain Saddle Horse, today's popular, largest and fastest growing Mountain Horse breed.






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Dave & Sue Stefanic
Classic Farm 223 Agincourt Pl.   Georgetown, KY 40324

Phone: 859-699-3000 or 859-221-6620

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