Print edition. The official Keeneland Magazine celebrates the past, present, and future of Keeneland, Thoroughbred racing and breeding, and the Bluegrass lifestyle. This issue is Available Now!
Exciting Encore — The Breeders’ Cup World Championships will return to Keeneland in 2020 after a hugely successful first appearance in 2015.
Spotlight On — Josephine Abercrombie, the fascinating owner of Pin Oak Stud, recently was honored by the Thoroughbred Club of America for her many accomplishments.
Stallion Power — For nearly four decades Lane’s End Farm has set the standard as a leading stallion operation with horses such as A.P. Indy, Union Rags, and Lemon Drop Kid.
If These Walls… — The Italianate mansion Whitehall near Richmond, Kentucky —home of the fiery legislator and abolitionist Cassius Marcellus Clay — was a house ahead of its time.
Remembering Peter Williams — The New Zealand-born artist captured the essence of Keeneland in his vivid paddock and racing scenes.
Unrivaled Collection — Eighty years ago Arnold Hanger donated a collection of rare books that became the nucleus of the Keeneland Library. In the ensuing decades the library has become the sport’s unrivaled reference and research repository as well as the home of important and rare collections.
Let Them Eat Cake … and Cookies and Pastries — Renowned cake maker Martine Holzman has moved to East Third Street and expanded her selection of delectable cakes and pastries, plus added breakfast and lunch service.
Making a Difference — The Making a Wish Foundation counts the Thoroughbred community, including Keeneland, among its biggest supporters as the organization helps grant “wishes” to sick children.