Artist in Residence: Mine That Bird Creates Moneighs to Help Fellow Thoroughbreds

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Mine That Bird does his part to help retired Thoroughbreds by painting Moneighs for ReRun Mine That Bird does his part to help retired Thoroughbreds by painting Moneighs for ReRun

Like many retirees, Mine That Bird has plenty of extra time on his hands – or should we say hooves.

The 2009 Kentucky Derby champ, who has been spending the past few months as the Kentucky Derby Museum’s ‘racehorse in residence’, recently discovered his artistic ability when he created a few ‘Moneighs’ to benefit ReRun, Inc. With the help of Mary Simons, coordinator of the Moneigh paintings, Mine That Bird spent some time creating five pieces of artwork that will benefit the organization, which helps re-train retired racehorses for other careers.

Mine That Bird’s artwork will soon be up for auction on eBay.

Read more at WHAS11.com

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  • Ida Lee

    How cute and what a great idea!! I’m going to KY next week and will be seeing Mine That Bird (and many other of my favorites retirees). He looks great!!

  • rachel

    I wish he could stay in Kentucky

    • betterthannothing

      And eat grass.

  • MyBigRed

    I wish this had been around in Secretariat’s days. Can you imagine how much money would have been raised ? Mine That Bird is quite the artist !!

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