Print edition. The official Keeneland Magazine celebrates the past, present, and future of Keeneland, Thoroughbred racing and breeding, and the Bluegrass lifestyle.
Spotlight On — Laura Freeman, who made her name as the founder of Laura’s Lean Beef, has turned her entrepreneurial talents to hemp, the plant that is taking Kentucky and elsewhere by storm.
Eye on the Prize —Woods Edge Farm owner Peter O’Callaghan has a proven record of investing in the right foals and reselling them for top dollar at the major yearling sales.
Passion For Trees — Thomas Kimmerer’s passion is preserving Central Kentucky’s tree heritage, one venerable tree at a time. The author of Venerable Trees has been honored with a bench as part of the Book Benches Project.
Getting Into Gear — Two year olds get a chance to shine and reveal classic potential in Keeneland’s five fall stakes races for juveniles: the Darley Alcibiades, Claiborne Breeders’ Futurity (first run at Keeneland in 1938), Dixiana Bourbon, Indian Summer, and JP Morgan Chase Jessamine.
Owning a Piece of Heaven — The Central Kentucky horse farm market offers properties of all sizes for every sort of deep pocket. A look at what six figures, a million, and the sky’s the limit will get you.
Honoring Their Service — Camp Nelson, a Union supply depot and hospital during the Civil War, has been designated the state’s first national monument. Camp Nelson served as a recruitment and training center for African American soldiers and a refugee camp for their wives and children.
Timeless Appeal — Beaumont Inn, famous for its hospitality and classic Southern cuisine, celebrates a century.
Making a Difference — With Little Red Feather Cares, one of the nation’s leading partnership groups strives to provide a life after racing for its athletes