Bobby Zen

Hall of Fame jockey Pat Day and the connections of 2023 Horse of the Year Cody’s Wish, along with the three artists behind the “Brushes and Bronze” exhibition, will be on hand for the show’s finale at the Louisville Thoroughbred Society May 1.

The trio of acclaimed equine artists–portrait painter Jaime Corum, impressionist painter Lisa Palombo and sculptor Jocelyn Russell–will be joined by Day, winner of the 1992 GI Kentucky Derby, Kelly and Leslie Dorman–the parents of Cody’s Wish‘s namesake Cody Dorman–and Danny Mulvihill of Godolphin’s Gainsborough Farm; and Theresa Collins, great-granddaughter of Rosa Hoots, who 100 years ago became the first woman to both own and breed a Kentucky Derby winner, 1924 champion Black Gold.

The May 1 event will take place from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. at LTS, located at 209 E. Main St. in Louisville. The event is open to the public with free admission, but space will be limited so pre-registration is recommended. Click here to register.

Proceeds from live paintings and bourbon bottle customizations will benefit the Permanently Disabled Jockeys Fund (PDJF).

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