Rebecca Redding

A retrospective exhibition and new book present the artistic evolution of Andre Pater Read more


Thoroughbred owners and trainers go to great lengths to fly their expensive equines to the Breeders’ Cup Read more


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Gene Burch

Old Frankfort Pike is unmatched for breathtaking beauty and equine history Photos By Gene Burch Read more


Kentucky celebrates the 100th birthday of the great Man o’ War Read more


East meets West in new line of equestrian-themed scarves Read more


The Cabbage Patch partners with HOOF for a summer horse camp that promotes confidence and responsibility Read more


Kentucky farriers forge science and art in caring for horses’ hooves Read more


Richard and Roz Roney-Dougal of The White Horse Collection create and sell exquisitely designed jewelry Read more

Arts & Entertainment

Lexington's Angel Heart Farm is a respite for children with life-threatening illnesses Read more



Photo courtesy of Churchill Downs

The North American Racing Academy is the first professional jockey school in the United States. Read more



Photo by Wales Hunter

Against the backdrop of the historic Twin Spires, more than 500 people live, work and create a community Read more


Kentucky's greatest asset, the horse, is helping to put wounded veterans on the road to recovery. Read more

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The Good, the Bad and the Drama of Derby 138

“I can’t see in this hat.” I’ll admit it, I’m an eavesdropper. With a record 165,000 people surrounding me on Derby Day, I had ample opportunity to indulge my auditory voyeurism. Read more

May 31, 2012 12:00 AM Between the Pages

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    Anne M. Eberhardt

    Caption: American Pharoah Scenes and horses on track in preparation for Belmont Stakes day on June 6, 2015, in Elmont, N.Y. Works1for6_4_15 image233 Photo by Anne M. Eberhardt