Oh Kegasus we barely knew ye. How will we remember our favorite party centaur? The Kentucky Derby Museum suggests a decanter of delicious bourbon. Brownest of the brown liquors. What’s that? You want me to drink you? I’m in the middle of writing a post.
The museum is releasing a Secretariat themed decanter right before the Kentucky Derby. That’s not the best part. It’ll be filled with Four Roses bourbon as picked by Penny Chenery, Secretariat’s owner. I’m not quite clear on why she owns a dead horse but I mind my own damn business and stay out of people’s personal affairs.
Kegasus would one up the Kentucky Derby by introducing a pony keg sized decanter of himself filled with Natty Boh. Just the sauce one needs before making the annual Preakness Toilet Run.
The commemorative drinking vessel is a brilliant idea that other sports should take up. Forget plastic cups or koozies. The Yankees could release a David Wells-shaped keg. The Argentine Football Association should put out a ceramic Maradona container that can hold your coke, mini-knife, credit cards and cash. The possibilities are endless.