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2011 Preakness Stakes Mascot Kegasus Has A Cloak Of Invisibility

We already mentioned that it's time to lay off 2011 Preakness Stakes mascot/centaur/infieldfest lord/drinking symbol Kegasus because, as ridiculous as he may be, he's also entertaining and exists to help bring more people to horse racing. Now that we've done that, let's commence enjoying Kegasus.

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What other centaurs have a cloak of invisibility? Via this one-on-one interview with Stephen Whyno of the Washington Times, who surely will never interview a subject like this ever again:

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Q: Animal Kingdom's going to win this race?

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Kegasus: Animal Kingdom is going to win the race as far as everyone knows, but I will keep my unbeaten streak of winning every Preakness since its inception while wearing my cloak of invisibility, which is an inherent property of every centaur.

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See, guys! Where else can you learn that a cloak of invisibility is an "inherent property of every centaur?" Who says kids can't learn anything from Kegasus, other than how to binge drink?

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