This is Nelson, a real war horse that fought in WW1 along side his human, Alfred Henn. Until his death in 2000, Alfred kept a photograph of his war horse he had cherished as a young soldier.

This is Nelson, a real war horse that fought in WW1 along side his human, Alfred Henn. Until his death in 2000, Alfred kept a photograph of his war horse he had cherished as a young soldier.

War Horses. Highly trained, and against all their instincts these horses will lay still during a battle. An example of incredible trust and bond between man and animal.

War Horses. Highly trained, and against all their instincts these horses will lay still during a battle. An example of incredible trust and bond between man and animal.

Indian War Horse   The Indian war horse was highly regarded by its American Indian owner, who often honored and protected his war horse by painting tribal symbols upon the animal's body.  While the symbols used and their meanings varied from tribe to tribe, there were some common symbols that were widely used on the Indian war horse. In this article, you will find explanations of some symbols which Indians used to decorate their war horses.

Indian War Horse The Indian war horse was highly regarded by its American Indian owner, who often honored and protected his war horse by painting tribal symbols upon the animal's body. While the symbols used and their meanings varied from tribe to tribe, there were some common symbols that were widely used on the Indian war horse. In this article, you will find explanations of some symbols which Indians used to decorate their war horses.

Indian War Horse   The Indian war horse was highly regarded by its American Indian owner, who often honored and protected his war horse by painting tribal symbols upon the animal's body.  While the symbols used and their meanings varied from tribe to tribe, there were some common symbols that were widely used on the Indian war horse. In this article, you will find explanations of some symbols which Indians used to decorate their war horses.

Indian War Horse The Indian war horse was highly regarded by its American Indian owner, who often honored and protected his war horse by painting tribal symbols upon the animal's body. While the symbols used and their meanings varied from tribe to tribe, there were some common symbols that were widely used on the Indian war horse. In this article, you will find explanations of some symbols which Indians used to decorate their war horses.

a huge Friesian breed in Renaissance Faire fair costume. Friesian is a horse breed originating in Friesland, in the Netherlands. Used in medieval time to carry knights to battle. Tho built similar to a draft horse, Friesians are graceful and nimble for their size. Typically black, they have extremely long manes and tails that are never cut.

a huge Friesian breed in Renaissance Faire fair costume. Friesian is a horse breed originating in Friesland, in the Netherlands. Used in medieval time to carry knights to battle. Tho built similar to a draft horse, Friesians are graceful and nimble for their size. Typically black, they have extremely long manes and tails that are never cut.

What certain markings meant for Native American war horses... (there are no tribes listed, so I have no idea which specific ones used these markings)

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What certain markings meant for Native American war horses... (there are no tribes listed, so I have no idea which specific ones used these markings)

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