About Our Facilities
UK's Maine Chance Equine Campus sits on what researchers in the College of Agriculture collectively call "North Farm." The education and research cluster sits on the former site of the Maine Chance Farm while the Health Research Cluster is located primarily on the former Spindletop Farm. The land mass of the North Farm is approximately 2,400 acres which provides a vast array of teaching, research and extension opportunities for the faculty, staff and students of the University of Kentucky College of Agriculture.
Equine Education and Research Cluster
Equine Health Research Cluster
History of Maine Chance and Spindletop farms
On-campus equine facilities for teaching, research and extension activities are usually housed on the south most part of UK's campus and include the Gluck Equine Research Center, Garrigus, Barnhart and Ag Science Center buildings, but depending on coursework and space, classes can be held across campus.