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A thousand recognized Horses truth & Fictional during the a while: (Not Race Horses and never convey leaping Horses)By:FJH Glover
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BOBBY. BRITISH CAVALRY. Regimental kettledrum horse of the Light Brigade, when gelded (1851), Bobby’s loud, deep neigh changed to a colts whinny. (After experimental testing in India it was decided that geldings were more suited than stallions for Brigade horses). 73. PARTISAN. FRANCIOS BAUCHER. F. 74-76) developed his system of `haute ecole’ at Dejean’s Circque Olympique, presenting a series of `airs de manege’ of his own devising that astonished the Parisian public. Louis Edward Nolan was greatly impressed with his methods.
Michael Weaver, patron of the Unity Club, Standish, Lancs. Sc (hon), Technical Design, patron of the Silverwell, Scholes. Rachel, student, business management, Liverpool university. Mark, receptionist, Quality Hotel, Little Sutton, Wirral, Lancs Gene Alford, writer, Busy Little Feet. Beverly, patron of the Manor Pharmacy, Shevington, Lancs Pat, receptionist, Sun Lane Pool, Wakefield, Yorkshire. David, linguist, Colchester, Essex. Mark Scott, patron of the Wrightington Country Club, Lancs. Tracy and Michael Johnson, pig and sheep farmers, Flash, Derbyshire.
See also Para 361). 13. CHAMPION. GENE AUTRY. Hollywood singing cowboy. Champion easily earned his title of “Wonder Horse” by performing a variety of tricks which included kneeling, untying rope knots and dancing and prancing for the public. It died (buried at Autry’s Melody Ranch) when Gene Autry was serving in the military during World War II. The others; “Champion” (The horse of the TV Series 1955-1956), a chestnut stallion foaled in 1940. ” and “Little Champion” were all used in Autry’s post-war films.
1000 Famous Horses Fact & Fictional Throughout the Ages: (Not Race Horses and Not Show Jumping Horses) by Fjh Glover