Kansas City Chiefs Cancel Warpaint The Horse

Kansas City Chiefs Cancel Warpaint The Horse

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As we noted over the weekend, the “Chiefs” moniker is now on borrowed time and here’s yet another indication of the Kansas City NFL football franchise chipping away at their politically incorrect branding.

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Chiefs President Mark Donovan announced the retirement of Warpaint, the sorrel tobiano mare seen at the beginning of every home game and whenever the Chiefs find the end zone.

“We just feel like it’s time to retire Warpaint. Lot of reasons for that, but we just feel like it’s the right thing to do. So Warpaint won’t be running at Arrowhead anymore,” Donovan said. “We’ll continue to have the conversations. We’ll continue to take the path that we’ve taken. Educating ourselves, educating our fans, creating opportunities to raise awareness.”

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Kansas City Chiefs to retire Warpaint

KANSAS CITY, Mo. – A Kansas City Chiefs home game staple will no longer take the field at GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium. Chiefs President Mark Donovan announced the retirement of Warpaint, the sorrel tobiano mare seen at the beginning of every home game and whenever the Chiefs find the end zone.

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