Print edition. The official Keeneland Magazine celebrates the past, present, and future of Keeneland, Thoroughbred racing and breeding, and the Bluegrass lifestyle. This issue is Available Now!
Spotlight On — The Griffin family began selling Highbridge Springs water in the early 1980s when bottled water was unknown in Kentucky. Today, the brand is beloved in the Bluegrass and beyond.
Living Her Dreams — With grade and wit, Jane Lyon has fashioned Summer Wind Farm into the embodiment of her girlhood aspirations.
Championship Form — With its hosting of a second Breeders’ Cup World Championships less than a year away, Keeneland is gearing up to put on an incomparable show.
Body of Work — Frank X Walker, a Kentucky poet laureate and advocate of Appalachia’s African-American culture and history, is among the distinguished authors honored by the Book Benches project.
Special Collections — Keeneland has been the scene of some extraordinary Thoroughbred dispersals. They include the Eugene Klein dispersal 30 years ago that featured three Breeders’ Cup winners and the Edward Evans dispersal that grossed $62 million.
Jeff’s Latest Jewel — Jeff Ruby’s, Lexington’s newest high-end steakhouse, features stunning décor, polished service, and memorable food.
Making a Difference — Lexington Rescue Mission works to rebuild lives that have been damaged by poverty, with help as simple as a meal to as long term as housing assistance and job placement.