Winter Quarter Farm's Don Robinson was announced as the winner of this year's Josephine Abercrombie Vision Award, according to a report by the Lexington Herald-Leader.
Robinson was honored at the annual Vision Awards breakfast given by Bluegrass Tomorrow in central Kentucky this week.
The award recognized Robinson for his work as chairman of the city of Lexington's planning commission, where he pushed to raise the minimum lot size from 10 to 40 acres in agricultural areas.
Robinson is a third-generation horseman who has run Winter Quarter for the last three decades, most recently with the help of son Ferran. Under his leadership, the farm has been involved with Vicar, Matty G, and For the Flag, granddam of Zenyatta.
Read more at the Lexington Herald-Leader
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