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General George Patton - One of the greatest horsemen this country has seen... from Cav to Polo to Steeplechase to the Modern Pentathalon in the 1912 Olympics... Patton loved horses!

General George Patton - One of the greatest horsemen this country has seen... from Cav to Polo to Steeplechase to the Modern Pentathalon in the 1912 Olympics... Patton loved horses!

War Horse News shared Mabel St Clair Stobart (1862 - 1954) who founded the Women's Sick and Wounded Convoy Corps, and organised hospitals in Europe during World War I. Picture: Paul Thompson/FPG

World War I: Animals at War, in pictures

War Horse News shared Mabel St Clair Stobart (1862 - 1954) who founded the Women's Sick and Wounded Convoy Corps, and organised hospitals in Europe during World War I. Picture: Paul Thompson/FPG

Apparently, this is how they "passed the time" at cavalry school in the 1930's

Apparently, this is how they "passed the time" at cavalry school in the 1930's

Apparently, this is how they "passed the time" at cavalry school in the

A chestnut gelding named Little Texas, his rider, future U.S. President Theodore Roosevelt,  will always stand tall in national memory as the horse who bravely led the charge of the First U.S. Volunteer Cavalry in one of the fiercest battles of the 1898 Spanish American War: the Battle of San Juan Hill.

A chestnut gelding named Little Texas, his rider, future U.S. President Theodore Roosevelt, will always stand tall in national memory as the horse who bravely led the charge of the First U.S. Volunteer Cavalry in one of the fiercest battles of the 1898 Spanish American War: the Battle of San Juan Hill.

Sargent Stubby, first dog to fight for our country in WW1, a pit bull, it's a shame what people have done to this breed.

Sargent Stubby, first dog to fight for our country in WW1, a pit bull, it's a shame what people have done to this breed.

Via HorseNation's Horses in History: The Burdens They Bore

Via HorseNation's Horses in History: The Burdens They Bore

Forgotten Fronts: War Horses on the Eastern Front 1915 | Great War Photos on WordPress.com Good.

Forgotten Fronts: War Horses on the Eastern Front 1915 | Great War Photos on WordPress.com Good.

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