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The story of Cupid, a bay mare from Essex, who for more than three years rode back and forth from the trenches in France, trekked across the Sinai desert and dodged shellfire during bloody battles for Gaza.

The story of Cupid, a bay mare from Essex, who for more than three years rode back and forth from the trenches in France, trekked across the Sinai desert and dodged shellfire during bloody battles for Gaza.

LOL....but really, if you can't bring them into the house, make sure they are warm and covered!

LOL....but really, if you can't bring them into the house, make sure they are warm and covered!

Black Percheron Stallion. 19 hands high and his nick name is “Moose”…currently the Pecheron Supreme World Champion

Black Percheron Stallion. 19 hands high and his nick name is “Moose”…currently the Pecheron Supreme World Champion

Zeus is the largest horse in the world! 21 Hands Tall (7 feet) at the shoulder Approximately 3000 lbs Breed - Belgian Draft Horse Blog says "no saddle fits him" from: http://www.ridingintheclouds.com/meet_zeus.html

Zeus is the largest horse in the world! 21 Hands Tall (7 feet) at the shoulder Approximately 3000 lbs Breed - Belgian Draft Horse Blog says "no saddle fits him" from: http://www.ridingintheclouds.com/meet_zeus.html

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.

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.

This hospital allowed a dying police officer to have a final visit with his beloved horse.

This hospital allowed a dying police officer to have a final visit with his beloved horse.

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