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We love the Bluegrass State and are Northern Kentucky's largest Breeder of Gypsy Horses.
We offer the finest bloodlines, are dedicated to preserving and promoting the very best of the breed and always have new stock coming available. Aurora Acres Equestrian Center has two facilities to better serve you. Our headquarters are located 20 miles east of Louisville in Crestwood, KY. This quiet, country setting on 23+ acres offers a comprehensive range of services for both horse and rider featuring a 75 x 140 indoor heated riding arena. Our largest facility is on 92 acres in Northern Florida on the Suwannee River.
We specialize in registered Gypsy Vanners and Drum Horses but occasionally have other horses available in all locations. We invite you to call us with any questions or to schedule a farm tour,
by appointment only please. Call us direct 239.404.1470 to find out more about our horses for sale and our stallion services
The Gypsy Horse as a breed: Also known as Gypsy Vanner, Gypsy Cob, and Romany Horse, is a rare breed with traits of intelligence, kindness and docility, a Golden Retriever With Hooves. They are not a color breed it is a body type. They were bred by Gypsy Travelers to pull their carriages and carts. They come in a variety of colors, but the most prized being the spectacular pinto patterns. They boast luxurious long flowing manes and tails and plentiful leg feathering is highly desirable.The breed is relatively compact, averaging between 14.1 and 15.2 hands. the horses generally weigh between 1,100 and 1,700 pounds. They are noted for their broad chests and heavy hips complimented by a short neck and back. The Gypsies found them well suited for both harness use and bareback riding. Their athleticism and trainability make them ideal for anything from pleasure riding to dressage. Click here for more info...
The Drum Horse as a breed: The Drum Horse has captured the imagination with his stunning good looks and stately air. Often seen as a larger version of the Gypsy Cob, the Drum Horse stands at least 16hh and utilizes the bloodlines of the Clydesdale, Shire, Friesian and Gypsy Cob. It is a heavy horse, of any color or pattern, with lovely feather and exceptional disposition. Developed as a heavy riding horse, the Drum Horse is suited for low level dressage, eventing, hunting, saddle seat, trail, pleasure and, of course, makes an excellent driving horse. Drum Horses are proving to be the ultimate heavy riding horse. A talented athlete, they excel in many disciplines.