Enjoy these wonderful stories about Keeneland and about central Kentucky's unique Bluegrass lifestyle. These stories were previously published in Keeneland Magazine or in Keeneland's race day program. Please note that Adobe Acrobat Reader is required to read these stories while Windows Media Player is required to watch our videos.
Keeneland sales graduate Alysheba became “America’s Horse” with his scintillating win in the 1988 Breeders’ Cup Classic. Read more.
UK’s Gill Heart Institute, which recently marked its 10th anniversary, is a national leader in the battle against cardiovascular disease. Read more.
Horse Racing Radio Network’s Mike Penna and his team provide award-winning coverage of major racing. Read more.
This dramatic Richmond Road restaurant with its color-changing floors and enormous jellyfish aquarium has recruited chef Jonathan Lundy to enhance the dining experience. Read more.
LexArts, greater Lexington’s arts council and fundraiser, seeks to integrate the arts into everyday lives. Read more.
At 160 years young, Lexington’s Sayre School continues to inspire new generations of students. Read more.
The no-frills family-owned Clarkland Farm has an impressive record in the Keeneland sales arena. Read more.
Keeneland’s hosting of the 2015 Breeders’ Cup marks a return to the event’s origins: Central Kentucky, cradle of the Thoroughbred industry and source of most Breeders’ Cup starters. Read more.
Tom's Tribute has turned into a top contender on the West Coast, but his path to grad I success led through Keeneland's 2011 September Yearling Sale. Read More