Print edition. The official Keeneland Magazine celebrates the past, present, and future of Keeneland, Thoroughbred racing and breeding, and the Bluegrass lifestyle.
Pre-order the Spring 2018 Keeneland issue now - features include:
Spotlight On — Chef Marc Therrien and the Keeneland Hospitality team create memorable race day meals and special events.
Lightning Can Strike Twice — Owner/breeders John and Debby Oxley race a revitalized stable that has taken them to the Keeneland winner’s circle and back to the Kentucky Derby.
The Greatest — Legendary jockey Isaac Murphy remains a fascinating figure more than a century after his death. His legacy has inspired a park and efforts to revive Lexington’s east end.
Natural Fit — The Beaufort Bonnet Company’s founder, Markey Hutchison, has close ties to Keeneland, where her upscale baby and children’s clothing find an appreciative audience.
First in the “West” — The William Whitley House near Stanford has the distinction of being the first brick house west of the Alleghenies as well as the site of the country’s first circular racetrack, where horses ran counterclockwise contrary to the standards of the time.
Unique Perspective — James E. Bassett III, who joined Keeneland in 1968, reflects on his many years at the association and the seismic industry changes he has witnessed through the decades.
Fragile Beauty — Stephen Rolfe Powell, one of the world’s foremost glass artists, creates his stunning pieces in a rural Kentucky outpost.
Lighter Than Air — The boutique patisserie Le Petite Delicat specializes in macarons, the wildly popular French confection that comes in a kaleidoscope of colors and flavors.
Making a Difference — Blue Grass Community Foundation is celebrating 50 years of supporting a broad range of Central Kentucky initiatives.