Print edition. The official Keeneland Magazine celebrates the past, present, and future of Keeneland, Thoroughbred racing and breeding, and the Bluegrass lifestyle. Pre-Order Now - Magazines will be mailed out mid-August
Spotlight On — Ann Bakhaus, whose Kentucky Eagle supplies Keeneland and hundreds of other accounts as a major beer and spirits distributor, actively supports the community in a variety of roles.
Chasing Crowns — Glenwood Farm’s John Gunther and his daughter Tanya have had remarkable success as breeders of Triple Crown race contenders, most recently with the charismatic Justify.
Talent Scout — The Breeders’ Futurity Stakes, inaugurated at the old Kentucky Association Track and today a Keeneland fixture, has a storied history as a launching pad for future champions.
Forging Their Style — Maynard Studio’s Matthew and Karine Maynard, considered among the world’s leading architectural artist blacksmiths, create unique pieces for discerning clients.
Genteel Beginnings — The girlhood home of Mary Todd Lincoln offers visitors a glimpse into the environment that shaped one of America’s most fascinating first ladies.
Pony Power — Keeneland’s outriders and their intrepid “ponies” ensure the safety of racehorses and riders during morning training and afternoon racing, babysitting high-strung Thoroughbreds and sometimes catching runaways.
Foodie Destination — From New York-style pizza and ramen noodles to tapas and refined Southern fare, the restaurants at The Summit satisfy every food craving.
Making a Difference — Battle in the Saddle, the annual celebrity team-penning event, supports the Kentucky Horse Park Foundation with an evening of fast-paced fun. The horse park also is the site of the Bluegrass International Cup polo, which benefits the Fayette Alliance and Markey Cancer Foundation.