Bluegrass Region

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  • noun

Synonyms for Bluegrass Region

an area in central Kentucky noted for it bluegrass and thoroughbred horses

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Situated along the eastern border of the Bluegrass region, Josh and Scott's hunting area lies within a series of prominent hills and valleys bordering the mountainous Cumberland Plateau.
Accounts from the time clearly reveal the extent to which the end of slavery in the Bluegrass Region came hard not only to white men, but also to white women.
Horse farms in the Bluegrass Region, along with the various other horse-themed attractions, provide many visitor opportunities to enjoy what is the hallmark of Kentucky.
A stretch of road in the oldest, most prestigious part of the Kentucky bluegrass region demonstrates the point perfectly.
After serving an apprenticeship with George Wythe, the famous chancellor of Virginia with whom other notables such as Thomas Jefferson and James Madison had apprenticed, Clay returned to the Commonwealth of Kentucky and established himself in the central bluegrass region, settling in Lexington.
On this hill, in the midst of Kentucky's magnificent Bluegrass region, the Shakers tried to build Utopia.
As an example, the Bluegrass region was defined to include those counties in the EKPC service area with an affinity to the Lexington metropolitan area.
Marion County is located in Kentucky's Bluegrass Region, equidistant from Louisville, Lexington, and Frankfort.
Conference details, including the complete schedule of events, registration forms, host hotel information and other tourism tips for the Bluegrass Region, are available at www.
India Ties" to a rapt audience in Lexington, the State's second largest city, known for its equine excellence as the "Horse Capital of the World" and located in the heart of Kentucky's Bluegrass region.
The Bluegrass Region already has great assets in manufacturing, with two Ford plants and a Toyota plant, but we can do more to create jobs and increase our export activity.
Sometime in the 16th century, a bur oak acorn sprouted in a shallow hollow on the rolling savannah of what is now called the Bluegrass Region of central Kentucky.