Fair Winds Farm established in 1979 consists of 150 acres of secluded, tranquil, pastures bordering Caesar Creek State Park Nature Reserve. Fair Winds Farm is owned and operated by Kimpton E. & Lori Williams. We are hands on in the day-to-day operations and we care for your horses like they were our own.
Our foaling barn is equipped with cameras in the large foaling stalls. Our barren mares’ barn is outfitted with automatic timers to control the lights of individual stalls. We have an enclosed round pen and different pasture set-ups to accommodate a lot of special needs.
A partnership was formed with Overbrook Farm with three stallions, Gold Market, Mercer Mill and Noble Cat, after we retired Honey Jay (the leading sire in Ohio). Much success was achieved with all 3 stallions. Mercer Mill has been leading sire in Ohio 10 times.
Fair Winds Farm has a specific philosophy for raising horses. Our livestock are not ‘hot-housed’; we believe that they need to be kept in herds and allowed to simply be horses. We also maintain a rigid policy of field maintenance, carefully maintaining our soil conditions for a good balance of minerals and vitamins. Good, sound horses all start on the ground they are raised on.
Fair Winds Farm is very excited about our opportunity to be involved in the new venture with Kettle Corn. Projections suggest that new VLT revenue alone could reach $125,000,000 per facility with revenue sharing of 80% of some number between 9% and 11%. We could see $40,000,000 - $45,000,000 per year in overnight/State Bred Thoroughbred funding in a very short period of time. With our existing Accredited Program Kettle Corn will be poised to capitalize on a successful career as an Ohio Stallion.