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The person looking after the stables on the day of his death was PC James. Sue Hill, Collections Access Officer. Arts & Heritage, Southampton City Council. 54. OLD BILLY. MERSEY AND IRWELL NAVIGATIONS Co. Famous canal barge horse (foaled in 1760) was employed until the age of 62, which made him the oldest horse in the country, died in 1822. Took part in the street procession to celebrate the coronation of George IV in 1820. Old Billy’s skull is in Manchester museum and his stuffed head, fitted with false teeth, is in Bedford museum.
22. SCOUT. TONTO. The Lone Ranger’s side kick, played by Jay Silverheels. The horse was either a piebald or a skewbald, they look the same on black and white film. ‘Tonto’ means stupid in Spanish. 23. BUCEPHALUS. ALEXANDER THE GREAT. The celebrated charger, the name is derived from the mark on the horses forehead (blaze) which was the shape of an ox head. Alexander was the only person who could mount him and he always knelt down to take up his master. He was 30 years old at death, and Alexander built a city for his mausoleum, which he called Bucephala.
1000 Famous Horses Fact & Fictional Throughout the Ages: (Not Race Horses and Not Show Jumping Horses) by Fjh Glover