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I think this is because of the limitation of the WSGI application to write on stdout, all logs goes to stderr.

"This is because portable WSGI applications should not write to sys.stdout or use the 'print' statement without specifying an alternate file object besides sys.stdout as the target. This restriction can be disabled for the whole server using the WSGIRestrictStdout directive, or by mapping sys.stdout to sys.stderr at global scope within in the WSGI application script file." -

In the horizon wsgi module it it setup to redirect sys.stdout to sys.stderr.