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The 2015 Breeders' Cup at Keeneland truly was a homecoming for the ages. We invite you to look back at the dream set forth by Keeneland's founders more than 80 years ago, and to celebrate the unforgettable moments created at Keeneland this fall. Read More
In what will go down in history as the greatest racing career of all time, being there see American Pharoah's last race will also go down in the history of my life as one of the best days of a lifetime filled with many wonderful moments. Here are some of my favorite photos, the easiest photo... Read More
Congratulations to these Keeneland Sales Graduates and their connections for victories in the 2015 Breeders' Cup World Championships at Keeneland! Your next opportunity to bid on a potential champion is November 2-13 Read More
Best of luck to the 74 Keeneland Sales Graduates who started in the Keeneland sales ring and have made a homecoming to compete at the highest level in the Breeders' Cup World Championships at Keeneland. Read More
Catch the action at Keeneland Thursday, October 29 at Prelude to the Cup to kick of the Breeders' Cup celebration. Experience a day of racing outfitted for Breeders' Cup and see championship contenders schooling in the Paddock. A variety of ticket options are still available. Read More
Calling the memorial a "bittersweet moment for so many of us who followed Cigar's career," Kentucky First Lady Jane Beshear led a series of speakers who knew and loved the horse. They referred to him in glowing terms ranging from "equine royalty" to "Thoroughbred racing's most loved and admired... Read More
Keeneland will offer the complete dispersal of the late Jerre Paxton's Northwest Farms at the 2015 Keeneland November Breeding Stock Sale. Mr. Paxton was a leading breeder and owner in Washington and one of the Northwest's most successful horsemen. Read More