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Horse racing legend Man o’ War is coming to downtown Lexington in the form of a 30’ x 30’ mural. Agustin Zarate is working from a lift truck to paint the large Man O War mural on the side of The Village Idiot building at 307 West Short St. Zarate, a native of Mexico City, has lived in Lexington for 15 years and this is the first building mural he has painted. LexArts teamed up with Cornett, Mount Brilliant Farm thru the Kentucky Horse Park, and Village Idiot to commission the permanent public artwork of Man o' War based on a 1930s photo. Zarate has been working on the mural for about a week and hopes to have it finished within another week. 2017 marks the 100th birthday anniversary of the champion Thoroughbred cbertram@herald-leader.com
Horse racing legend Man o’ War is coming to downtown Lexington in the form of a 30’ x 30’ mural. Agustin Zarate is working from a lift truck to paint the large Man O War mural on the side of The Village Idiot building at 307 West Short St. Zarate, a native of Mexico City, has lived in Lexington for 15 years and this is the first building mural he has painted. LexArts teamed up with Cornett, Mount Brilliant Farm thru the Kentucky Horse Park, and Village Idiot to commission the permanent public artwork of Man o' War based on a 1930s photo. Zarate has been working on the mural for about a week and hopes to have it finished within another week. 2017 marks the 100th birthday anniversary of the champion Thoroughbred cbertram@herald-leader.com

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