Author Archives: Dan Gilmore

The Equine Army (BBC World War I at Home Episode 10/11)

If you are interested in the cavalry experience of World War One, you have to watch this video.

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Tryon Sport Horse Resource – New Local Equestrian Website

For those of you in the Tryon, North Carolina area, there’s a great new website promoting everything equestrian. Be sure to visit http://www.tryonsporthorse.com – Tryon Sport Horse Resource and check it out.

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War Horse: The Real Story

Here’s an interesting short documentary about British Cavalry Horses in World War One I found on YouTube. “For centuries, Britain’s cavalry had been one of the staples of its military force. But with the dawn of World War I, a … Continue reading

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Polish Lance Drill

Here’s an interesting video demonstrating a Polish Cavalry Lance Drill (Lt. Robert Woronowicz. Krakus’ uniform)  that was posted our International Cavalry Association FaceBook page. Teaching a horse to tolerate firearms, sabres and tent pegging lances can be a fairly interesting … Continue reading

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International Cavalry Association website.

I am proud as an officer of the International Cavalry Association to announce the brand-new International Cavalry Association’s website! For more information, visit the ICA website @ www.internationalcavalry.org

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New United States Tent Pegging Federation Website.

Tent Pegging is coming back in the US! For more information, visit the United States Tent Pegging Federation website @ United States Tent Pegging Federation

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War Horses – WWI, British Field Artillery, 1918

I found this photograph of some British Field Artillery from WWI (Source: New York Times Midweek Pictorial, circa 1919). We are fast approaching the 100th anniversary of the beginning of The First World War, so, I thought I would start … Continue reading

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The Rolling Stones and Wild Horses. What more could you ask for?

The Stones. Wild Mustangs. What more could you ask for?

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The Last Mustang – A Documentary

Here’s the trailer to “The Last Mustang”. This about says it all.

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America’s Mustangs – A Vanishing Symbol of America

Don’t sit back and do nothing as the US Government and the BLM (Bureau of Land Mis-Management) wipe out this part of our world. “Look back at our struggle for freedom, Trace our present day’s strength to it’s source; And … Continue reading

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