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#ShelfieSunday: War Horse: Mounting the Cavalry with America's Finest Horses

     War Horse started as a project by two horsemen to uncover the relationship between pedigree and confirmation, especially pertaining to soundness and athleticism. It became an immense tome on the short lived but massively influential U.S. 329 more words

America’s War Horses — Wild Horse Education

During the Civil War years the concept of breeding horses specifically for the United States Cavalry began to develop as the necessity became evident after an estimated 1.5 million horses died in the conflict, including wild horses.

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Copenhagen: The Duke of Wellington's War Horse.

Yesterday’s post was dedicated to Marengo, one of Napoleon’s favorite horses. Today we can take a look at Copenhagen the horse of the Duke of Wellington who defeated Napoleon at the Battle of Waterloo. 287 more words

History Of Horses

Monday Minstrel: The War Horses

Starting today, Monday November 6, 2017, I am going to post some short posts about horses that have served in wars as a tribute  leading up to Remembrance/Veterans Day on November 11.  195 more words

The Monday Minstrel

Reflection: War Horse UK Tour

Original review: TheReviewsHub The epitome of theatrical magic: visceral, evocative and immensely moving

War Horse may be a show about horses, but it has the most heart, the most heroism, and the most humanity of any show you’ll ever see. 594 more words


From Pedestrian to Equestrian.

This week’s WordPress Photo Challenge is the word Pedestrian. Well, back in the day, we all used to be pedestrians.  We padded about, on our feet, in and out of the caves. 160 more words

History Of Horses

Review UK Tour: War Horse

War Horse is an iconic piece of theatre based on the 1982 hit novel of the same name by Michael Morpurgo, with the play adapted by Nick Stafford. 362 more words