Print edition. The official Keeneland Magazine celebrates the past, present, and future of Keeneland, Thoroughbred racing and breeding, and the Bluegrass lifestyle.
The Winter 2016 Keeneland issue features include:
Spotlight On — Lexington Singers, one of the longest continuously performing independent community choral groups in America, delights audiences year after year with the annual Holiday Spectacular among other performances.
Zest for Life — The inimitable Helen Groves continues to leave her mark on Thoroughbred breeding, most recently with European star Hawkbill, while winning races, traveling the globe, and making friends far and wide.
Investing in the Future — Keeneland’s November breeding stock sale, the largest auction of its kind in the world, annually sets the standard for the purchase of high-class mares and weanlings. It also serves as the venue for many blockbuster.
Market Leader — Lexington’s Cross Gate Gallery continues to expand its influence as one of the world’s premier galleries with the annual Sporting Art Auction at Keeneland, now in its third year.
Circling the Past — Over a century ago dozens of mills in downtown Lexington produced all manner of goods and staples for the area’s growing population. Today, the very few that have survived offer a poignant glimpse of an earlier Bluegrass, when these frontier-age temples of commerce preceded even general stores.
Cooking Up a Storm — Popular cooking classes and as well as custom culinary events and catering has put Wild Thyme on the Lexington food map.
Making a Difference: Blue Grass Farm Charities provides health, human services, and holiday cheer to Central Kentucky farm workers and their families.