Print edition. The official Keeneland Magazine celebrates the past, present, and future of Keeneland, Thoroughbred racing and breeding, and the Bluegrass lifestyle.
Fall Issue Features include:
Partnering Up — Kentucky Derby winner Mage is the latest example of how breeding and racing partnerships are becoming the norm in Thoroughbred racing. Investments can range from microshares to six figures.
For the Public Good — Berea College, the first college in the south to be coeducational and racially integrated, is among the top liberal arts institutions based on its contribution to the “public good.” Among other unique features, Berea charges no tuition.
Spotlight On — The Headley-Whitney Museum honors beloved Lexington artist Henry Faulkner, born 100 years ago this coming January, with a retrospective of his work.
Gauging Potential — The Claiborne Breeders’ Futurity is an early predictor of classic success and stallion potential. Recent winners such as Forte and Essential Quality capped their juvenile championship seasons with victories in the KeenelandLand of Plenty — Three-part series 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.
All About Books — The Kentucky Book Festival connects book lovers with authors at the state’s biggest book celebration.
Packing Them In — Josie’s, probably Lexington’s most popular breakfast and lunch spot, packs them in while the owners quietly do good for Lexington.
Making a Difference — Ed Brown Society celebrates the rich history of African-Americans in the equine industry and creates opportunities for young people of color to gain industry exposure, training, and experience.