Print edition. The official Keeneland Magazine celebrates the past, present, and future of Keeneland, Thoroughbred racing and breeding, and the Bluegrass lifestyle.
The Fall 2016 Keeneland issue features include:
Charging Ahead: With a Breeders' Cup champion in the stable, prized broodmares on the farm, and high-priced yearlings going through the sales ring, Town & Country Farms is making a big impact.
Coat of Arms: An owners choice of racing silks can reflect history, personality, and the desire to stand out from the crowd.
Industrial Chic: Lexington's industrial birthplace has been re-imagined in the Distillery District, a hip collection of restaurants, bars, shops, and services.
Fond Farewells: While Keeneland has been the stage for bravura performances, many famous horses also have made their exit bows at the Lexington track.
Bigger Is Better: Switching to a catchy name has helped Lexington-based Big Ass Solutions become famous for its fans and other products.
Fruits of Their Labors: Reed Valley Orchard, which planted its first apple tree in 1988 and now has some 5,000, is considered the region's premier fruit provider.
Saved from "Ruin": Painstaking renovation of an abandoned distillery has yielded upscale lodging called The Ruin in the heart of horse and bourbon country.
Spotlight On: After 38 years, Mill Ridge Farm's longtime manager Duncan Macdonald retires
Making a Difference: Kentucky Equine Management Internship prepares young people for careers in the Thoroughbred industry.
Professional Profile: Coy Martinez, Administrative Assistant, Sales