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PUBLIC VIEWING
Keeneland Sales Pavilion
4201 Versailles Road, Lexington, KY 40510

September Yearling Sale
September 9 – 21
9am – 6 pm

October Race Meet
Race Days
9am – 2pm

Or By Appointment
859-233-3856 | 859-421-3436
859-321-2924 | 859-583-5330

November Breeding Stock Sale
November 5 – 16
9am – 6pm

In addition to the above viewing times we will be open Saturday, November 16 from 9am – 6pm.

About Keeneland

Recognized globally as the premier Thoroughbred auction house, Keeneland conducts three annual horse sales that attract major buyers from nearly every U.S. state and Europe, the Middle East, Central and South America, Australia, Asia, South Africa, Russia and India. In 2015, Keeneland sold 6,268 horses for more than $535 million. Keeneland also conducts world-class race meets each April and October, and in 2015 successfully hosted the Breeders’ Cup World Championships.

www.keeneland.com

About Cross Gate Gallery

Founded in 1974 by owner Greg Ladd, Cross Gate Gallery is a leading source of the world’s finest sporting art. Cross Gate specializes in equine-related art, and its impressive collection ranges from 19th and early 20th century classic works to contemporary paintings and sculpture.  Its Central Kentucky location makes the focus on sporting art a natural one. Cross Gate is also recognized as a leading gallery in contemporary British figurative painting.

www.crossgategallery.com

The Sporting Art Auction In The News

7th Annual Sporting Art Auction has Outsized Equine Appeal

Thoroughbred Daily News

In preparation for the seventh annual Sporting Art Auction at Keeneland’s sales pavilion on Nov. 17, staffers at Cross Gate Gallery in Lexington, KY have been keeping an eye on the bloodstock marketplace to gauge how their own sale might go.

A Morning’s Work Highlights Sporting Art Auction

Thoroughbred Daily News

Sir Alfred Munnings’s A Morning’s Work, Newmarket Heath, a signed 15 1/4″ x 28 1/4″ oil on canvas, highlighted Sunday’s fifth annual Sporting Art Auction at Keeneland when selling for $186,300, including buyer premium. 

That Drunken Chalk-On-Curtain Sketch? It’s a $60,000 Munnings

Thoroughbred Daily News

Just after midnight on a chilly November evening 110 years ago, two liquored-up British socialites got into a heated argument over what was required by an artist to create quality works of art…

Sporting Art: A Journey Worth Taking

America's Best Racing

What in the world was an oil painting of horse racing doing in a log cabin in La Pine, Ore.? A friend texted me from a yard sale and said, “Is this anything?” My fingers flew on my phone as I recognized the striking silhouette of Saratoga with seven horses charging around the turn…

The Art Of The Hunt

Garden & Gun

Southerners need not travel far to get up close with some of the world’s best sporting art…

Munnings Painting Tops 2017 Sporting Art Auction

BloodHorse

Spirited bidding and the sale of Sir Alfred Munnings’ A Morning’s Work, Newmarket Heath for $186,300, including buyer premium, highlighted the fifth annual Sporting Art Auction, held Sunday afternoon at Keeneland…

The Art Of The Hunt

Lexington Herald-Leader

The sales pavilion at Keeneland is usually filled with the lightning patter of auctioneers and whoops of spotters selling horses parading on the auction block. But Wednesday afternoon, the items for sale were pricey pieces of sporting and American art, some works valued at well over $1 million. It was the most expensive group of artwork put up for auction in Lexington in memory.

PUBLIC VIEWING
Keeneland Sales Pavilion
4201 Versailles Road, Lexington, KY 40510

September Yearling Sale
September 9 – 21
9am – 6 pm

October Race Meet
Race Days
9am – 2pm

Or By Appointment
859-233-3856 | 859-421-3436
859-321-2924 | 859-583-5330

November Breeding Stock Sale
November 5 – 16
9am – 6pm

In addition to the above viewing times we will be open Saturday, November 16 from 9am – 6pm.

About Keeneland

Recognized globally as the premier Thoroughbred auction house, Keeneland conducts three annual horse sales that attract major buyers from nearly every U.S. state and Europe, the Middle East, Central and South America, Australia, Asia, South Africa, Russia and India. In 2015, Keeneland sold 6,268 horses for more than $535 million. Keeneland also conducts world-class race meets each April and October, and in 2015 successfully hosted the Breeders’ Cup World Championships.

www.keeneland.com

About Cross Gate Gallery

Founded in 1974 by owner Greg Ladd, Cross Gate Gallery is a leading source of the world’s finest sporting art. Cross Gate specializes in equine-related art, and its impressive collection ranges from 19th and early 20th century classic works to contemporary paintings and sculpture.  Its Central Kentucky location makes the focus on sporting art a natural one. Cross Gate is also recognized as a leading gallery in contemporary British figurative painting.

www.crossgategallery.com

The Sporting Art Auction In The News

A Morning’s Work Highlights Sporting Art Auction

Thoroughbred Daily News

Sir Alfred Munnings’s A Morning’s Work, Newmarket Heath, a signed 15 1/4″ x 28 1/4″ oil on canvas, highlighted Sunday’s fifth annual Sporting Art Auction at Keeneland when selling for $186,300, including buyer premium. 

That Drunken Chalk-On-Curtain Sketch? It’s a $60,000 Munnings

Thoroughbred Daily News

Just after midnight on a chilly November evening 110 years ago, two liquored-up British socialites got into a heated argument over what was required by an artist to create quality works of art…

Sporting Art: A Journey Worth Taking

America's Best Racing

What in the world was an oil painting of horse racing doing in a log cabin in La Pine, Ore.? A friend texted me from a yard sale and said, “Is this anything?” My fingers flew on my phone as I recognized the striking silhouette of Saratoga with seven horses charging around the turn…

The Art Of The Hunt

Garden & Gun

Southerners need not travel far to get up close with some of the world’s best sporting art…

Munnings Painting Tops 2017 Sporting Art Auction

BloodHorse

Spirited bidding and the sale of Sir Alfred Munnings’ A Morning’s Work, Newmarket Heath for $186,300, including buyer premium, highlighted the fifth annual Sporting Art Auction, held Sunday afternoon at Keeneland…

The Art Of The Hunt

Lexington Herald-Leader

The sales pavilion at Keeneland is usually filled with the lightning patter of auctioneers and whoops of spotters selling horses parading on the auction block. But Wednesday afternoon, the items for sale were pricey pieces of sporting and American art, some works valued at well over $1 million. It was the most expensive group of artwork put up for auction in Lexington in memory.