12 November 2010 12:05 | Little Rock, Arkansas
Please share with the Shively"s our sadness over the loss of the beautiful home at Dixiana. We are neighbors in Florida and have just read the brief article in Bloodhorse. We wish the very best for all members of the Dixiana family. God Bless....
I was very fortunate to have the opportunity to work at this *** farm under the watchful eye of Mr. & Mrs. Bruce Klein. I was able to have a season with the yearlings and learnt a lot. The hospitality that was afforded myself was unbelievable and to have me stay with them in their own home which mind you was older than my country was staggering. Was there also for the 4th of July celebrations which had the workers showing their mexican cooking skills. Forever thankful. Brett Casey.
I lived on Dixana Farm back in the 1950s. It was then called Woodvale Farm. My dad
managed the farm, his name was Robert Bennett. The owner then was Royce Martin. I received a call yesterday that the main house burnt down. It was such a beautiful place. The
house had a elevator in it.
I got stuck in the elevator
going from first to second floor. My dad knew Mary Fisher owner then of Dixana
Farm very well.
I'm living in MD. now but I do get to KY. every couple years. I would love to see Dixana Farm again.
Beautyful farm. Superb facility for training too.l got lost looking for a friend that works there, so as I rode around I got a quick tour.
I was raised on Domino in tthe 70's when Mr Terry owned it my father worked for him. It was the most beautiful places to live on and I lived on alot of the farms in Lexington.
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