• How Much?

    Posted on November 10, 2014 by in Events

    Many times, the first question I hear is “How much does it cost to have an event at The Thoroughbred Center?” That is a very difficult question to answer conclusively and the last thing I want to do is give you incorrect information. So to help you out, I’ve done a little research for you about the total cost of doing […]

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  • How Soon Should I Book My Wedding Venue?

    Posted on August 4, 2014 by in Events

    How Soon Should I Book My Wedding Venue? Whether you have dreamed about it all your life or never thought you would get married, the beginning phases of wedding planning can be truly overwhelming. With all the bridal magazines, wedding websites and well-meaning relatives, many people struggle with “where to start.” I may be a little biased…okay more […]

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    How Much Alcohol Do I Buy For My Wedding Reception?

    Posted on July 2, 2014 by in Events

    So it’s getting down to crunch time for your wedding and you need to figure out how much alcohol to purchase. At some venues, there is a straight forward “per person” policy so all you need to do is figure out how many people are coming and what level of alcohol you want served. At […]

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  • Improvements in the Lounge

    Posted on May 11, 2012 by in Events

      Happy Friday Everyone! We wanted to let you all know about some exciting new changes that have happened here at The Thoroughbred Center! As of last week, our Lounge has had an amazing 15 X 15 dance floor and the most beautiful new carpet installed! We are so excited about the fresh, updated look of the […]

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  • Happy Down Syndrome Day!

    Posted on March 21, 2012 by in Uncategorized

    Grab This Button   For the past two years, The Thoroughbred Center has had the honor of hosting Down Syndrome Association of Central Kentucky’s Annual Buddy Walk. We get to do be a part of something so magical for them and are thrilled to be able to host the Buddy Walk again this year. Come […]

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  • Holding Area

    Posted on March 4, 2012 by in Events

    The “Holding Area” is a very large, casual event space. When seeing the room for the first time, it looks a bit like a cross between a barn and a warehouse. This 8,800 square-foot room can accommodate up to 500 people seated or 1,000 people standing! It’s perfect for large dances, reunions, and fundraisers. Don’t […]

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  • Lounge

    Posted on March 4, 2012 by in Events

    Each year, The Thoroughbred Center hosts dozens of special events. They vary from weddings and wedding receptions to school dances, birthday parties, seminars, charity fundraisers and much much more. The most formal room at The Thoroughbred Center is call the Lounge. This 2,400 square-foot room can accommodate 200 guests for sit down dinners, less if […]

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    Planning a Kentucky Derby Wedding

    Posted on January 30, 2012 by in Equine, Events

    A Kentucky Derby themed wedding is a great way to show off pride for your hometown and treat your guests to a true Kentucky experience.  A Derby wedding isn’t just for horse lovers ; it’s a way for everyone to blend old traditions with modern trends. There are plenty of ways to create the look […]

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  • Wedding Proposal

    Congratulations, You’re Engaged! Now Don’t Freak Out

    Posted on January 21, 2012 by in Events

    Originally posted on www.huffingtonpost.com By: Melinda Morris Founder, Lion in the Sun The holidays are an obvious time of year to pop the big question. Gift giving abounds, big family gatherings and holiday parties make the perfect setting for an elaborate proposal.  The weeks between Thanksgiving and New Year’s are the most popular time of […]

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    Ex-Racehorse Stars in War Horse

    Posted on December 21, 2011 by in Equine

    This was brought to you by Thoroughbred Times Visit them at www.thoroughbredtimes.com Ex-racehorse stars in War Horse By Liane Crossley As a racehorse, Finders Key was a failure. In his second career, he is a phenomenon as one of the stars of Steven Spielberg’s highly anticipated screen adaptation of the hit play War Horse, set […]

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