Atwood Farms is an equine boarding farm locally owned by Dr. Greg Brown and located 20 miles northeast of Louisville in the heart of Oldham County, Kentucky horse country. Originally built by renowned thoroughbred trainer Dravo Foley, our 200 acres of gently rolling pastures, picturesque barns, lush riding trails and natural waterfalls provide a welcoming home to horses of all breeds.
A full-care boarding facility, we offer a variety of options to meet your needs whether boarding on a monthly, seasonal, or year-round basis. Amenities include three barns, an indoor covered training ring and secure tack rooms. Family and child-friendly, Atwood is ideal for boarding – and visiting – your horse as our winters are milder than in Northern states, and cooler than the Deep South and Florida.
Each of our five turnout paddocks is comprised of 30 acres of beautiful Kentucky bluegrass in which the horses can peacefully move about with ease or romp with abandon. During late autumn and winter they enjoy paddock daylight, while at night they stay warm in a matted stall with plenty of shavings. Spring’s warmth and summer heat mean daytime stall boarding cooled by fans, with evenings spent outside amongst an abundance of shelter.
Equipped with 23 stalls, the main barn is adjacent to the home of farm co-managers Christine Robey and Mark Cotler, who are on-site 24/7 to provide the ultimate care for each horse. Personally involved in the daily operation of the farm, their extensive experience – including a combined 14-year stint with American Hall of Fame trainer Carl Nafzger – along with a deep love of horses, ensure your animal is in very capable hands.