5 Reasons To Buy Equestrian Property in Bowling Green KY

May 28, 2015

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While Bowling Green isn’t nearly as large as the big three, nor does it have quite the booming equestrian culture, it is well-positioned for residents to take advantage of it all. Bowling Green is just 2.5 hours away from both Louisville and Lexington, arguably two of the biggest playgrounds for horse enthusiasts. There’s Churchill Downs and the Kentucky Derby in Louisville and the Kentucky Horse Park in the heart of the Bluegrass Region in Lexington. What’s not to love? Plus, Nashville, TN is just an hour’s drive away. While Nashville is best known as “Music City, USA”, it’s also the site of the very first time an American born-and-bred horse (the Iroquois) that won the English Derby. There’s no better place than Bowling Green to take advantage of all the equestrian culture offered in this part of the country.


Bowling Green has a mild climate. Summers reach an average of 90 degrees Fahrenheit and winters touch down just below freezing, dropping around 8.5 inches total per year. Annual precipitation is around 50 inches per year, giving a wonderful balance of fertile growth and plenty of sunny days for great riding.

Economic Opportunity

The City of Bowling Green has a strong economy that is moving more and more toward technology and knowledge. Western Kentucky University is the largest employer, followed by the Medical Center at Bowling Green. Large companies like General Motors, Holley Performance Products, Fruit of the Loom, and Houchens Industries also call Bowling Green home.

Mid-Sized City 

Bowling Green has a population of around 60,000 people. That’s just 10% of Louisville’s population, and 20% of Lexington’s. It’s a smaller city, so there’s a lot more open space, but it’s still large enough to have all the shopping and other amenities you might expect from a big city. Greenwood Mall, for example has a 10 theater cinema center; shops like Dillard’s, Macy’s, Yankee Candle, Giogio, and Ashcraft & Oak Jewelers; and great casual dining.  Other attractions like the Corsair Distillery, Lost River Cave, and The Downing Museum make Bowling Green an enjoyable place to both live and play.

Sprawling Country Life

Even with all that the city has to offer, there’s still plenty of wide open country to enjoy. This can be seen in the available equestrian property in Bowling Green KY. While most estates for sale in the big cities sit on just a few acres, this Bowling Green property has 129-acres of pasture land, woods, and pond. An insulated stable with three stalls, 1.5-acre fenced-in exercise area, and main shop with attached apartment make it perfect for moving your horse team right in. Plenty of wide open space and utility lines running to a future home site make it perfect for future growth for you, your gentle giants, and your family to enjoy. And, this property will be available at a rare luxury no reserve absolute auction on June 6th. To find out how you can name your price for this incredible equestrian property in Bowling Green KY, call Supreme Auctions today at (866) 929-2243 or send a direct email.

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