Wife to tell all about husband and horses

     (AAPNW) – A gallery talk by Lisa Borel, wife of Derby winning jockey Calvin Borel, will be on Thursday, September 23 at 6:00 pm at the Kentucky Museum of Art and Craft in Louisville. Lisa will answer questions from the audience and share stories about her personal background in the equestrian industry, how she met and what life has been like as the wife of a victorious jockey.

     Following the discussion, they both will be on hand for more one-on-one, including a coffee bar featuring, “My Racing Heart” coffee and a cash bar, hors d’oeuvres, and a special door prize. The lecture is free for museum members, which coincides with the Museum’s “Equine Divine” exhibition on view through October 16.

     For more information, call 502.589.0102 or see: www.KentuckyArts.org.


    My Racing Heart is an equine rescue support organization created in 2008 by founder Kate Richards Wilt. Collecting money through the promotion of various Derby related events and most recently, the selling of My Racing Heart coffee, a world-class artisan blend roasted by Consumers Choice Coffee; the organization makes donations to selected Kentucky equine charities. To date, they have donated over $11,000 worth of grant funds to various Kentucky equine charities, including Speak Up For Horses, Mountain View Rescue, The Exceller Fund, The Kentucky Race Track Chaplaincy, Healing Hooves and The Backside Learning Center. For more information, visit www.myracingheart.org.

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