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Stonewall Jackson's Horse, Little Sorrel. Various sources claim he's a Morgan, a Virginia Riding Horse, or a Thoroughbred.

Equine Hall of Fame: Little Sorrel, or Fancy, as he was known, was the horse of…

General George Patton - One of the greatest horsemen this country has seen... from Cav to Polo to Steeplechase to the Modern Pentathalon in the 1912 Olympics... Patton loved horses!

General George Patton - One of the greatest horsemen this country has seen. from Cav to Polo to Steeplechase to the Modern Pentathalon in the 1912 Olympics. He saved the future of the Spanish Riding School at the end of in Europe.

Capt. Myles Keogh's wounded horse, Comanche was the only survivor of Custer's battle at the Little Big Horn

Myles Keogh's wounded horse, Comanche was the only survivor of Custer's battle at the Little Big Horn. My pony was named after him.

Bamboo Harvester and Connie Hines - Mr Ed and Carol Post  Animal Actor. Mister Ed, a Palomino horse officially named Bamboo Harvester, was a show and parade horse who was foaled in 1949 in El Monte, California. His parents were The Harvester (Sire), a Saddlebred owned by Edna and Jim Fagan; and Zetna, (Dam) who was sired by Antez, an Arabian imported from Poland.

Bamboo Harvester and Connie Hines - Mr Ed and Carol Post from the tv show Mr Ed. Because I only dream of working with a horse as talented as that beautiful palomino.

Vintage picture of 40 Horse Band Team from the Drivers Seat

From the drivers seat of a 40 horse team. These rigs were used to haul Borax out of Boron Ca. & then loaded onto railroads for manufacturing

About reckless Korean Name: Flame-in-the-Morning (Ah Chim Hai) Bought for: $250 by Lt Eric Pedersen from a young Korean boy (Kim Huk Moon) at the Seoul Race Track Became a Marine: October 26, 1952 Highest Rank: Promoted twice to Staff Sergeant at Camp Pendleton. First time in 1957 by Col. Richard Rothwell, and again in 1959 by the Commandant of the USMC - General Randolph McCall Pate. Height: 13 to 14.1 hands high Weight: 900 lbs Most heroic battle: Battle of Nevada Cities: Outpost Vegas - …

Sgt Reckless, the War Horse that served with the Marines in the Korean War.

Ever Valiant - Vintage War Horse and Soldier, WWI Silver Gelatin Print…

James Arness as Matt Dillon in Gunsmoke on his horse "Old Buck"

James Arness as Matt Dillon in Gunsmoke on his horse "Old Buck" I have this photo signed by Jim Arness from 1959 when I worked on the movie lot of California Studios where Gunsmoke was filmed.got to know this wonderful person quite well.

Maj. George Patton, here seen in 1922,was an accomplished horseman. His 2nd assignment after graduating West Point was w/the 15th Cavalry at Fort Meyer, Va. He competed in steeplechases & played polo. In 1912 he was a member of the U.S. Olympic Team & finished 5th in the cross country. He made the team in 1916 Olympics but the games were cancelled, due to the war. He later rejoined the Cavalry & owned dozens of horses. He played on the Army polo team & was an avid foxhunter.

George Patton in was an accomplished horseman. His assignment…

BILL THE BASTARD - Australia's greatest War Horse and a Legend of Gallipoli and the Battle of Romani  BILL the Bastard was fractious, fierce and built like a rhinoceros. He was the unbreakable horse, the one paired with inexperienced city-types who came to war, for the pleasure of watching them fall off his saddle in seconds. But Bill became a Great War legend, famed for his incredible stamina and for saving many soldiers’ lives.

Bill The Bastard Like all horses of the light horse brigade, Bill the Bastard was a breed of horse known as a Waler. Major Michael Shanahan’s mount, he was well known for bucking when being asked to gallop.

The famous war horse "Comanche." Comanche was ridden by Colonel Miles Keogh at the Battle of the Little Big Horn in late June 1876 in Montana. One of many 7th U. S. Cavalry horses to survive the battle, Comanche was very badly wounded and barely able to stand when found. He was nursed back to health and was officially retired for life with special honors, as a living relic of that terrible struggle. Comanche died at Fort Riley, Kansas in 1890.

Comanche was ridden by Colonel Miles Keogh at the battle on June Two days after the battle, US soldiers found Comanche, very badly wounded and barely able to stand. After being transported to Fort Lincoln, he was slowly nursed back to health.

Misty of Chincoteague and filly Stormy survive the the Ash Wednesday Storm of 1962.

Misty of Chincoteague and filly Stormy survive the the Ash Wednesday Storm of As a child I loved reading about Misty!

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