thePrint edition. The official Keeneland Magazine celebrates the past, present, and future of Keeneland, Thoroughbred racing and breeding, and the Bluegrass lifestyle.
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Spring Issue Features include:
Epitome of Success — Godolphin has gone from strength to strength with its American breeding and racing operation, building on a foundation laid by the Bell family.
A Leg Up — The Godolphin Flying Start program grooms young professionals for future leadership roles in Thoroughbred racing and breeding.
Capturing the Light — Artist Andre Pater is at the height of his powers as a painter of horses and the sporting life.
Win-Win Partnership — Keeneland and the University of Kentucky have had a long, mutually beneficial relationship that encompasses student life, research, and stewardship of the sport.
Spotlight On — Trainer Mike Maker has quietly compiled a stellar record at Keeneland and elsewhere and in November added another Breeders’ Cup win with Fire at Will.
First Lady of the Turf — Josephine Clay, a daughter-in-law of Henry Clay, ran a horse breeding operation and sold horses during an era when women did not.
Chef’s Table — Ouita Michel continues to influence the Kentucky dining scene and at long last is publishing her first cookbook.
Discovering Kentucky — The breathtaking canyons, dramatic arches, and scenic trails draw visitors to the Red River Gorge more than ever during the pandemic.
Making a Difference — Radio Eye recently celebrating 30 years of bringing audio information to people who are visually impaired.
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