One Day

Our friends, Victoria Racimo and TanNa Young, produced the documentary “One Day,” about Jeanne Mirabito and Our Mims Retirement Haven.  This documentary was previewed at the American Equine Summit, and we all loved it.  So, if you live near Midway, Kentucky, you should go see the premiere.  This is heartwarming and well worth the drive.  Even if you can’t go to the premiere, could you please go to the One Day facebook page and LIKE it?

Susan Wagner, Pres. of Equine Advocates, said, This film will make you laugh and cry, but mostly, it will bring you joy and an even greater appreciation and understanding of why equine rescue is so important.”



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    A documentary about a teenage girl who falls in love with a champion racehorse she sees on tv and how 21 years later, fate brings them together.

    This film tells the story of famed thoroughbred, Our Mims, the 1977 Eclipse Award Champion 3-year-old Filly. Jeanne Mirabito makes a “cosmic claim” on the horse and vows one day she will “own” her. 21 years later, she is in the backfield of a cattle farm in Kentucky when she hears a horse thundering towards her. The horse rears up, kicks at her head and nearly kills her. It’s Our Mims, no longer the champion she once was. Jeanne struggles to restore her health and wins the right to adopt her. Together they form a bond that leaves behind a legacy – Our Mims Retirement Haven. Written, produced and directed by Victoria Racimo.


    • Yeah,need to see them sooner rather than later – at the rate they are disappearing. Of course, the article calls them feral & claims they all descended from domestic stock! Doesnt it seem the Smithsonian could do a little research?


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