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A thousand well-known Horses truth & Fictional through the a long time: (Not Race Horses and never convey leaping Horses)By:FJH Glover

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Alex, Runshaw College, Business Studies, Photography and Psychology, Leyland Lancs. Audrey, assistant at Salford Information Centre, Manchester. uk Hannah Hollowed, author’s granddaughter (11). Donald Clark, Jnr. Landlord of the George Hotel, Inveraray. 6th generation (2006). Kirsten, daughter of Alan and Andrina, Landlord of The Shamrock pub, Standish, Lancashire. Micheal Ratcliff, retired Company Director, Robby Mill, Lancashire. Tommy, patron of the Amberswood Tavern, Ince-in-Makerfield, Lancs.

Some 16 million animals saw action in World War I. Mules and horses ferried troops, equipment and supplies; carrier pigeons bore messages between ships at sea; and cats were kept in the trenches to hunt mice. Cavalry charges were phased out only once it became bloodily clear that horses were no match for tanks and machine guns and barbed wire. If a statue in the park of a person on a horse has both front legs in the air, the person died in battle; if the horse has one front leg in the air, the person died as a result of wounds received in battle; if the horse has all four legs on the ground, the person died of natural causes.

A PALE HORSE. PARTHIAN HORSEMAN. From the four horses of the apocalypse. At the opening of the forth seal a rider appears on a pale horse. Symbolising death. 59. ECHO. METROPOLITAN POLICE. Injured in bomb blast at the same time as Sefton (see Para 4). Both horses were sent to retired after the incident. 60. CLEOPATRA. DARBY O’GILL. From a Walt Disney film `Darby O’Gill and Little People’. 61. WINSTON. THE QUEEN. The Queens horse prior to Burmese. See Para 20. 62. BESS. PORK FARM. From a TV advertisement for Ginster’s pies.

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