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Tango0131 Jul 2022 9:25 p.m. PST

…war horse


"The little-known story of Australia's greatest war horse will be enshrined in the Anzac legend with a life-size bronze statue.

Bill the Bastard is widely considered Australia's finest equine export of World War I.

Serving in the Middle Eastern theatre of the conflict, the 17-hand-high stallion was notorious for his unrelenting stubbornness, endurance and courage…"


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