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Trigger - Roy Roger's golden palomino, Trigger (born 1932) was called "The Smartest Horse in the Movies" because of his ability to perform a variety of tricks (some 60) including counting, doing the hula, untying ropes, knocking on doors and walking on his hind quarters.

Trigger - Roy Roger's golden palomino, Trigger (born 1932) was called "The Smartest Horse in the Movies" because of his ability to perform a variety of tricks (some 60) including counting, doing the hula, untying ropes, knocking on doors and walking on his hind quarters.

TV Horse FURY - Fury was known as "Highland Dale" where he lived on a farm in the town of Joplin in the state of Missouri of United States of America. Fury was only 18 months old when he was discovered by Ralph McCutcheon a trainer of animal motion picture stars.

TV Horse FURY - Fury was known as "Highland Dale" where he lived on a farm in the town of Joplin in the state of Missouri of United States of America. Fury was only 18 months old when he was discovered by Ralph McCutcheon a trainer of animal motion picture stars.

Comanche. The only surviving member at the Custer massacre. Taken care of the rest of his life by the military.

COMANCHE Comanche , el único caballo superviviente del de Caballeria de Custer en la Batalla de Little Big Horn 25 y 26 de Junio de 1876

Teddy Roosevelt's horse Little Texas led the charge up San Juan Hill during the 1898 Spanish American War

Teddy Roosevelt's horse Little Texas led the charge up San Juan Hill during the 1898 Spanish American War

SOUTH OF THE CHISHOLM TRAIL (1947) - Charles Starrett & 'Raider' -- Smiley Burnette - Columbia Pictures - Publicity Still.

SOUTH OF THE CHISHOLM TRAIL (1947) - Charles Starrett & 'Raider' -- Smiley Burnette - Columbia Pictures - Publicity Still.

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