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Personal logo Editor in Chief Bill The Editor of TMP Fezian20 Apr 2022 1:11 p.m. PST

In 1921, a horse that would earn a place in Minnesota history arrived at Fort Snelling from Fort Reno, Oklahoma. Chestnut in color, with a white star on his forehead and a white sock on his left rear leg, the ten-year-old from the Montana plains was no more than 15.2 hands tall. Aside from disproportionately long
hind legs that caused him to walk with a slight stagger, his looks were quite ordinary…

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Wackmole920 Apr 2022 1:46 p.m. PST

Maybe

Comanche was a mixed-breed horse who survived George Armstrong Custer's detachment of the United States 7th Cavalry at the Battle of the Little Bighorn (June 25, 1876)
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Staff Sergeant Reckless (c. 1948 May 13, 1968), a decorated war horse who held official rank in the United States military, was a mare of Mongolian horse breeding.

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Personal logo Saber6 Supporting Member of TMP Fezian20 Apr 2022 3:50 p.m. PST

Staff Sergeant Reckless (c. 1948 May 13, 1968), a decorated war horse who held official rank in the United States military, was a mare of Mongolian horse breeding.

gets my vote

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