Famous Horses of History
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This horse was Robert E. Lee's famous gray gelding (originally called Greenbriar), is buried under a monument on the campus of Washington and Lee University.
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This horse was for years the best pacer ever seen. His 1906 record of a mile in 1:55 1/4 stood for 33 years. The current world record, set in 1993 on a much improved track with greatly superior vehicles, is 1:46 1/5.
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This horse is the progenitor of the only breed to be named after a single stallion. This little horse was renowned in his day for his speed, strength, and good nature, all of which he passed on to generations of offspring.
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This horse made his legacy by winning the Triple Crown.
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This horse was ridden by Captain Miles Koegh in the Battle of Little Big Horn in 1868. At the end of the day, he was the only creature left alive on the battlefield.
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This horse was one of the best bulldogging horses of the last century, carried dozens of riders to nearly a half a million dollars in prize money.
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Alexander the Great's horse, was known for his wildness, and only Alexander was able to ride him. After carrying his master to many victories, he was buried in an alabaster tomb and had a city named after him.
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