Print edition. The official Keeneland Magazine celebrates the past, present, and future of Keeneland, Thoroughbred racing and breeding, and the Bluegrass lifestyle.
New subscriptions by October 30th will include this Winter issue
Pre-order Now -- Magazines planned to be mailed by week of November 13
Winter Issue Features include:
What Friends Are For — Old Friends Thoroughbred Retirement Farm counts among its residents famous former runners such as Lava Man and lesser-known horses — all of whom receive the same high standards of care during their golden years.
Keeneland's Bold Expansion
Sales Mainstay — Longtime consignor and horseman James Keogh has built Grovendale Sales into a quiet force on the auction scene.
Masters of Logistics — With a thin margin for error, Keeneland’s stall superintendent and staff move thousands of horses in and out of the barns during the September and November sales. They work closely with consignors and shipping companies to get the job done.
Spotlight On — Kim Wickens’ fascination with a common link in the pedigrees of 12 of racing’s 13 Triple Crown winners led her on a journey that resulted in her writing an acclaimed biography of the horse Lexington.
Community Spirit — What started out as a high school project to address food insecurity has blossomed into Spark Community Café in Versailles, where a James Beard nominated-chef runs the kitchen, volunteers serve customers, and customers pay what they can.
Making a Difference — For reasons close to his heart, Beau Lane of Beau Lane Bloodstock has given generously to genetic testing at Kentucky Children’s Hospital’s pediatric oncology center