Smokey Valley Farm started out as a country retreat for Bob’s grandparents back in 1907. The farmhouse was ordered from a Sears and Roebuck catalog and delivered to the town by train in Olive Hill. There it was picked up by a mule-drawn wagon and brought to this beautiful valley and constructed. The farmhouse is a turn-of-the-century Victorian-style home that has seen many family gatherings over the years.

Bob is a seventh-generation Kentuckian and is proud of his heritage. At a very early age, Bob acquired a love for horses.

The property on which the farmhouse stands includes a thirty-stall barn, a round pen, a riding ring, and a chapel.

Jane was raised in New York City and later moved to Palm Beach, Florida. It was when Jane moved to Scottsdale, Arizona that they met and joined forces in Kentucky. Jane had previously owned quarter horses when she lived in Florida and lived in an equestrian community. Together they raise, breed, and show the Smokey Valley Horses.

Jane is also an author.  She has now published two books about horses and their travel adventures out west as a couple. Book titles are “Life is All About Range”, and  “Life is All About Adventure”.  Please see our ” Book” tabs for previews and attached Amazon links for purchasing.

Together Jane and Bob Coleman share their passion for horses as well as their country lifestyle. 

If you are interested in visiting the valley and finding out more about our horses, you may visit our website for more information on the horses at , visit our Facebook page ” Smokey Valley Horses” or call (859) 559-3188.