Meet Kentucky Farms
Kentucky Farms is a 180+ acre farm, located off of Oriana Rd in Yorktown, VA. The farm is owned and operated by Janine and Jeff Hughey.
Janine has been managing Kentucky Farms Since January 2001. She lives on the property, able to take care of your horses every need. She works closely with all the vets setting up appointments, administering medication for your horses, and making sure your animals are current with all shots and coggins.
There are two riding arenas (one with a full jump course) and round pen. Your ability to ride right off the back of the property and on wide wooded paths, provides a pleasant diversion from riding in an arena.
There are 74 matted stalls with five large pastures for daily turn outs. Two large pastures for pasture boarding. Several paddocks, two wash racks and supplied tack lockers, makes your time at Kentucky Farms enjoyable.
Please feel free to stop by and visit our facilities, we will answer any of your questions about boarding here at Kentucky Farms.
Partners Tack Shop is located on the property and owned by Michelle Center.
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Janine Hughey has over 50 years of experience in owning, riding, working and caring for horses. Janine’s experience taking care of a horse barn, began when she was 12. Her sister’s barn of 20 horses was the beginning of Janine’s love for anything equestrian. She worked at her sister’s barn until 1984 when she left for Virginia.
1984 Janine worked as a feed manager at Langley AF Base Saddle club, a 40-horse barn, located on Langley Air Force Base. There she performed all duties to include, feeding, daily handling of horses, administrating medications and shots if needed to injured horses. She was also required to coordinate all vaccinations with
veterinarians. Janine would then record the information to be turned over to the military veterinarian.
In 2001, When Jeff retired from the Air Force, Janine was offered the position as barn manager at Kentucky Farms. Janine left Langley Saddle Club and along with Jeff, moved to Kentucky Farms. Since that time, Janine and Jeff, working together, have seen Kentucky Farms become a much sought after horse boarding facility of approximately 90 horses.
In their years at Kentucky Farms, Janine and Jeff have been diligent, working long hours, making Kentucky Farms the success it is today. With the safety of the horses and their riders as their foremost concern, they see to it that the buildings, pastures, and riding facilities are properly maintained and clean. Their skilled management has not only filled all available stalls but has created a waiting list with others desiring to have their horses kept under the watchful care of Janine.
Janine started a 4-H at Kentucky Farms which she ran for 10 years. Taking the kids to horse shows and to the 4-H District and State shows. At the same time she was giving lessons to young children, teaching them everything she had learned over 50+ years with horses. Janine's five children all rode, two of them became 4-H state champions 3 separate times.
Come out and talk with Janine about stabling your horses at Kentucky Farms.