Metalworker Ben Mjos has lost count of the times he has been burned by the flaming mane of his steel horse-head bust. He says he doesn’t even notice it anymore. Mjos, who owns Viking Iron in Versailles, unveiled the bust, named “Brun Stallion,” last fall at Viking Iron’s first public event, at Fasig-Tipton. On Derby weekend, “Brun Stallion” will be at the Unbridled Eve Gala’s red carpet event. Video by Charles Bertram cbertram@herald-leader.com
Metalworker Ben Mjos has lost count of the times he has been burned by the flaming mane of his steel horse-head bust. He says he doesn’t even notice it anymore. Mjos, who owns Viking Iron in Versailles, unveiled the bust, named “Brun Stallion,” last fall at Viking Iron’s first public event, at Fasig-Tipton. On Derby weekend, “Brun Stallion” will be at the Unbridled Eve Gala’s red carpet event. Video by Charles Bertram cbertram@herald-leader.com

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