By Fjh Glover
A thousand recognized Horses truth & Fictional through the a while: (Not Race Horses and never convey leaping Horses)
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BESS. PORK FARM. From a TV advertisement for Ginster’s pies. 63. SAHAGUN. LOUIS EDWARD NOLAN. One of Captain Nolan’s chargers. In October 1854 Captain Nolan—15th Hussars carried the message that led to the `Charge of the Light Brigade’ at Balaclava. He was the first man to be killed in the charge. As a Lieutenant in 1848 he was known for skills in training horses and teaching riding. 73 below). 64. ARAB BEAUTY. LOUIS EDWARD NOLAN. Lieutenant Nolan—15th Hussars. At an amateur racing event at Bangalore in 1846 Nolan’s bay won.
BUCEPHALUS. ALEXANDER THE GREAT. The celebrated charger, the name is derived from the mark on the horses forehead (blaze) which was the shape of an ox head. Alexander was the only person who could mount him and he always knelt down to take up his master. He was 30 years old at death, and Alexander built a city for his mausoleum, which he called Bucephala. 24. COPENHAGEN. THE DUKE OF WELLINGTON. The Duke’s favourite horse, ridden at the battle of Waterloo. The horse is buried at the Duke of Wellington country house near Reading.
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