All blog posts tagged "Keeneland"

Wet, But Certainly Not All Wet

With about half of the first three days of live racing held under less-than-ideal conditions–downpours or steady rain and a shift of some turf races to the Polytrack–field size at Keeneland held up surprisingly... Read More

Fall Stars Surprises

[brightcove videoid="2724526297001"] By Claire Novak, photos by Anne Eberhardt Keogh LEXINGTON, KY (Oct. 6, 2013) -- Fall Stars weekend brought a bevy of surprises as favorites were felled in the major... Read More

Mr. Besilu Nears Debut

It has been 991 days since a big bay colt with a smashing white blaze hauled his handler through the ring at Keeneland’s 2010 September yearling sale, hammer falling on the winning $4.2 million bid of... Read More

Doug Davis

The charm of horse racing lies primarily in the animals that do it—their beauty, grace, power and their degree of class. But there is an undeniable attraction to the colorful human beings that make it... Read More

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