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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Fall 2021 Keeneland issue, the official magazine of the Keeneland fall meet - features include:
Chronicling a Landmark Event — The Blood-Horse, the venerable Thoroughbred industry news magazine, reported on the birth of Keeneland and the memorable first race meet 85 years ago.
Spotlight On — Julien Lepauroux, a Keeneland favorite who this spring recorded his 500th victory at the Lexington track.
Record of Excellence — Successful yearling sales consignor Paramount Sales has produced graduates that win at racing’s highest levels.
A Park for All Seasons — Sometimes called the Niagara of the South, Cumberland Falls in southeastern Kentucky captivates visitors in every season. In addition to the waterfalls, this state resort park offers hiking, birding, and other activities.
Also On This Date…— As the Thoroughbred industry eagerly awaited the opening of Keeneland Race Course, life moved apace in Lexington and elsewhere in Kentucky. Amid the Great Depression, a new U.S. Post Office and courthouse arose in downtown while Colonel Sanders was popularizing his Kentucky Fried Chicken in Corbin and a Louisville restaurant served the state’s first cheeseburger.
Special Perspective — Keeneland photographers share their favorite images of racing and sales.
Menu for Success — Restaurant entrepreneur Kuni Toyado has a new concept in Bella Café and Grill, the new hotspot in Chevy Chase
Making a Difference — Lexington-based International Book Project, founded in 1966 by Harriet Van Meter, has shipped more than 7 million books to 167 countries while remaining true to its grassroots beginnings.