1000 Famous Horses Fact & Fictional Throughout the Ages: by Fjh Glover

By Fjh Glover

A thousand well-known Horses truth & Fictional through the a while: (Not Race Horses and never exhibit leaping Horses)
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8. SORREL. WILLIAM OF ORANGE (1650-1702). Sorrel stumbled on a mole hill, William broke his collar bone and finally died, hence the Jacobites toast `to the little gentleman in velvet’. 9. POMPIE. QUEENS LIFE GUARD. Drum horse of the Queens Life Guard band (deceased). 10. SAMSON. EMMERDALE. In episode 1,829 of this television soap, made in December 1993, a plane crash took over 3 weeks to film at a cost of £1 million pounds. The Winsors turn up at Kim’s stables to see Sampson. First started in 1972.

81. SAILOR. BIRMINGHAM CANAL NAVIGATION Co. One of the horses which worked the BCN hauling barges of mainly iron and coal. 82. CAPTAIN. BIRMINGHAM CANAL NAVIGATION Co. One of the horses which worked the BCN hauling barges of mainly iron and coal. 83. BADGER. INLAND WATERWAYS BOARD. Badger pulls the 50-seater butty `Birdswood’ along the Caldon canal, Staffordshire from Froghall Wharf. The crew wear traditional costume of the 19th century canal scene. 84. BEN. DEVON COUNTY COUNCIL. Shire horse used to tow the 82-seater `Tivertonian’ on the Grand Western canal.

See Appendix A, page 328. 46. COMANCHE. LT. KEOGH. The horse was the only survivor, on the Cavalry side, at the battle of the Little Bighorn (1876). Due to injuries, mainly arrows, the horse was suspended in a hammock to assist recovery. Later whilst grazing in a paddock the horse pricked it’s ears up at the sound of a parade and jumping a fence, took up it’s position in the parade. During the battle, Lt Keogh sent Company C to relieve a threat, a Cheyenne Indian, Lame Whiteman led an attack on C Company who fled in terror.

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