Central Kentucky

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Central Kentucky is sometimes considered the Central and Southern part of the Bluegrass region, the Far Upper Western Eastern Mountain Coal Fields, and the Far Upper Eastern Pennyroyal regions. Its major cities include Lexington and Frankfort. Lexington citizens, especially radio and TV stations such as WKYT, use the term Central Kentucky the most. The region is notable for its horse farms and more progressive politics as compared to the rest of the state.