Three Chimneys Presents Good News Friday: Four-Legged Artists

If you were priced out of Keeneland’s recent sporting art auction (the sales from which totaled over $3.1 million), supporters of ReRun are hoping that you might add to your art collection during their upcoming Moneigh auction. The paintings, each done and “autographed” by notable racehorses or breeding stock, have been increasingly popular since their […]

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ReRun holding annual Moneigh auction

ReRun, Inc., a Thoroughbred retraining and adoption charity, is holding this year’s holiday auction of Moneighs® from November 25 through December 2, 2012 on ebay®.  A Moneigh is a 20×16 abstract painting created by famous horses using muzzle, whiskers, hoof, tail or paintbrush held in the teeth. This event features works by “senior citizens” and […]

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Your chance to own an original Moneigh by a Derby winner

RuRun’s annual auction of Moneighs (paintings created by some of North America’s most prominent Thoroughbreds) ends today at 6 p.m. on eBay. The auction, entitled “Competition at its Best,” includes paintings by Street Sense, Hard Spun, Curlin, Zenyatta, Big Brown, and Colonel John, among many others. Proceeds support ex-racehorses awaiting adoption. To view the Moneighs […]

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Thoroughbred adoption group ReRun awarded grant

ReRun, a Thoroughbred adoption organization whose mission is to rehabilitate, retrain, and find adoptive homes for Thoroughbred racehorses when their careers on the track are over, has launched its Transitioning off-the-track Thoroughbreds project, made possible by a Rescuing Racers Initiative grant from the ASPCA® (American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals®). According to […]

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On the eve of some great racing – the 2009 Dubai World Cup and the Florida Derby, it is a good time to point out the times the Paulick Report has highlighted the brighter side of life in the Thoroughbred industry. While the news seems pretty bleak and often is, there are many positive things […]

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By Ray PaulickLong before most Americans knew that ex-racehorses could end up on someone’s dinner plate in Europe, the Thoroughbred Retirement Foundation was doing what it could to provide an alternative to the slaughterhouse or a life of neglect and abuse. Founded in 1982, the TRF is the oldest, largest and best known operation dedicated […]

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By Ray PaulickOne of the Thoroughbred industry’s biggest challenges may also present one of its greatest opportunities. The challenge, brought to the fore this year by a series of widely publicized events but always lingering just off center stage, is the issue of animal welfare. How the industry deals with this subject may be one […]

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By Ray Paulick Haven’t you always wanted to own an original work of art? ReRun, a horse adoption organization created in 1996, is currently offering you the opportunity to go online and buy original art work by such famous equine “artists” as leading sire A.P. Indy, champion filly Rags to Riches, the undefeated Zenyatta and […]

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