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Spring Issue Features include:
Reaping the Rewards — Ron Winchell and Winchell Thoroughbreds enjoyed an outstanding 2022 campaigning 3-year-old champion contender Epicenter and offspring of stallion sensation Gun Runner to rank among leading owners.
Champion Maker — The Ashland Stakes, a centerpiece of the Keeneland spring race meet, continues to be a springboard for champion-caliber fillies.
Smooth Landing — Horse of the year and undefeated phenom Flightline settles into his new life as a stallion at Lane’s End Farm.
Ahead of His Time — Kentucky native Garrett A. Morgan made lasting contributions to public safety as the inventor of the gas mask and the traffic signal.
Land of Plenty — This three-part series by Edward L. Bowen examines how James Ben Ali Haggin, inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2022, created a farm whose acreage produced generations of important horses through a succession of owners to this day. They include the Wideners, Whitneys, the Gaines and Beck families, Haggin descendants, and many in between.
Branching Out — The boutique Stuarto’s Olive Oil Company has built on its popularity to offer a cooking class series.
Spotlight On — Prometheus Art’s Amanda Matthews and Brad Connell approach sculpting as a way to connect public art, the environment, and the community.
Making a Difference — Keeneland Library’s new exhibit, “The Heart of the Turf: Racing’s Black Pioneers,” highlights the lives and careers of 80 horsemen and women from the mid-1800s to the present. These pioneers forged their way during challenging times, making the racing industry what it is today.
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