Print 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:
Spotlight On — Kurt Becker, who in 2022 marks 25 years as Keeneland’s first and only race caller.
Elite Player — Inextricably linked with the origins of the Breeders’ Cup, Gainesway Farm honors its heritage while scaling new heights as a stallion powerhouse, sale consignor, and racing force.
Making a Difference — The hugely popular Horse Mania is back in 2022 as LexArts celebrates 50 years of bringing art to the people.
Memorable Bites — Lexington’s Samantha Fore is gaining national attention for her pop-up dining adventures, Tuck Tuck Sri Lankan Bites.
Exceeding Expectations — The Breeders’ Cup World Championships has outperformed its original one-day scope, blossoming into a $31-million two-day international festival.
Youthful Showcase — Keeneland’s exciting early 2-year-old races presage the growing and lucrative opportunities for juvenile runners that culminate at the Breeders’ Cup World Championships.
Thoroughbred Alley — The first in a three-part series traces the link between Old Frankfort Pike — designated a National Scenic Byway in 2021 — and the development of the Thoroughbred industry along this historic corridor.
Story Worth Telling — LexHistory has bold plans to find a permanent home, share its collections, and collaborate with the community to ensure the city’s history is told.
Breeders’ Cup Legend — A.P. Indy lived up to his lofty price tag as a Breeders’ Cup Classic winner and influential stallion.
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