“One Day” film premiere to Benefit Our Mims Retirement Haven at Equus Run Vineyards on October 9th, 2015

New York, N.Y., September 8, 2015 - Palomino Entertainment Group presents the premier of its film “One Day” on Friday, October 9th at Equus Run Vineyards, in Midway, KY as a Benefit for Our Mims Retirement Haven.  “One Day” features interviews with the “First Lady of Racing”, Penny Chenery, Eclipse Award-winning photographer, Barbara Livingston, Hall of Fame Jockey, Jorge Velasquez, and award-winning journalist, Steve Haskin. The documentary is narrated by Emmy & Golden Globe nominee, Josh Charles, (“The Good Wife”, “Sports Night”, “Dead Poets Society”.) 

This is the true story of famed thoroughbred, Our Mims, the 1977 Eclipse Award Champion 3-year-old Filly.  A teenage Jeanne Mirabito falls in love with Our Mims when she sees her race on TV. Jeanne makes a “cosmic claim” on her and vows “one day” she will own her.  21 years later, in the backfield of a cattle farm, fate brings them together.  They form a bond and through that relationship, a horse rescue was born called Our Mims Retirement Haven (OMRH) where broodmares are given a forever home. OMRH is located in Paris KY. 

"One Day" is directed by Victoria Racimo, founder of Palomino Entertainment Group.  Victoria has an extensive career as actress, writer, and director. She starred opposite Charlton Heston in “The Mountain Men” and in Disney’s “Ernest Goes To Camp”. She produced the film “Casi Casi” and sold it to HBO, was co-author with Alicia Keys on the recently released book “Blue Moon”, and staged two theatre scenes for Steven Spielberg in his film “Lincoln”, among many other credits.  Editor and Executive Producer, TanNa Young, is Coordinating Producer on the CBS hit series, “The Good Wife”. 

Palomino Entertainment Group is a multi-faceted film, television and theatrical production company. PEG produced the film as a gift to OMRH to raise awareness and support for the horses at the Haven. “One Day” will also be used as an educational tool about issues surrounding the horses that no longer earn money on the track or in the breeding shed. 

Reception is at 6pm.  Screening at 7:15pm.  Tickets are $50 for adults, $25 for 17 and under. Key Sponsorship of this Benefit is by Gina Argento, Broadway Stages (NYC) with in-kind support from Painters Forum, Catering by Donna and Equus Run Vineyards.