Mine That Bird

Saturday, April 24, 2010

“Mine That Bird” Web-Cam Goes Live

Roswell, NM – April 24, 2010 – The popularity of Mine That Bird’s live web-cam last year at Santa Anita Park, has spurred the owners of Mine That Bird, winner of the 135th Kentucky Derby, to bring back the live video streaming web-cam for his four-year-old-campaign.

“The response was overwhelming last year when we had the web-cam setup at Santa Anita Park,” said co-owner Dr. Leonard P. Blach. “People loved watching him, it didn’t matter if he was eating or sleeping, they just liked being able to check-in on him.”

Currently the web-cam is setup above his stall in Roswell, New Mexico at Double Eagle Ranch where Mine That Bird is in training for his return to racing this spring.

“The best part this year is that the cam is mobile, so his fans will be able to travel with him all year,” said Blach.

Go to http://www.minethatbird.com/ - click on the Live Web-Cam link at the top of any page - You will be prompted to follow several steps to get it setup on your computer - follow the step (it is safe) it takes a couple of minutes depending on your internet connection. Once you get it set-up you will be good to go!


  1. I LOVE MINE THAT BIRD! I hope I can get this cam to work.

    Birdie, stay healthy and happy. I hope to see you race real soon. XO

    Judy G
    Burbank, CA

  2. Certainly hope he stays with Chip Woolley. It just wouldn't be the same without him.

  3. I hope he stays with Chip too - can't imagine Birdie with anyone else!!

  4. I can't wait to see him race again.

  5. Love you Bird, wish I could see more of your face on the webcam. You do have a nice butt though, lol. Could someone reposition the webcam so that we can see his beautiful face as he looks out his stall door?

  6. Yeah Bird. Can't see webcam. You still there? Hope you are healthy and happy. Books are very cool, and great idea for kids. Will order copy for autistic children I work with, and disabled /handicapped kids I teach riding for.