The Lexington horse farm of New York fashion designers Mark Badgley and James Mischka is featured in a 10-page spread in the September issue of Elle Decor magazine.
Badgley grew up riding near Portland, Ore., and took up the sport again a few years ago, riding in a competitive show circuit based in Lexington.
Three years ago, the couple bought a 1920s limestone house designed by architect Robert W. McMeekin on 15 acres. They call the place Moon Stone Farm.
There was considerable work to be done, including clearing about 3,000 trees to make room for paddocks and exercise rings for Badgley's show hunters: Brando, Cooper and Nantucket.
As in their Manhattan apartment, the house is decorated in a predominately black-and-white color scheme, with mostly bare floors and no window treatments.
Monogrammed linens are from Jane Scott Hodges of Lexington, founder of Leontine Linens.
The magazine will be on newsstands on Tuesday.