Keeneland magazine

Spring 2019

Placement Deadline: Feb. 5 • Materials Deadline: Feb. 19

Spotlight On — Tyler Gaffalione, the up-and-coming jockey who earned leading rider honors at Keeneland last fall

Marching To His Own Beat — A half-century after striking out on his own, Stone Farm founder Arthur Hancock has created an enduring chapter in his family's fascinating history.

Spirits Moved Them — Castle & Key is enjoying one of the most anticipated distillery rebirths in America, complete with coveted spirits, painstakingly renovated buildings, lush gardens, and sophisticated interiors.

Grass IS Greener — With the Maker's 46 as a centerpiece and the addition of two new stakes on the grass, Keeneland offers unrivaled spring opportunities for turf horses.

Lexington's Allure — National publications increasingly identify Lexington as one of the country's best places to live. How quality of life, job market, cultural amenities, and affordability put the heart of the Bluegrass on everyone's radar.

Write Stuff — This Kentucky author keeps the state's literary heritage vital and is honored by the Book Benches project, which created the 35 booked-shaped functional benches seen around town.

Setting the Standard — A hundred years ago a colt bred by Hamburg Place Farm won a trio of races that became known as the Triple Crown. In the ensuing decades only 12 others have duplicated Sir Barton's amazing feat.

Royal Treatment — Diners and overnight guests at the Kentucky Castle can expect delicious food and pampered service.

Making a Difference — The Lexington Mounted Police Unit is a beloved presence on downtown streets.