Horse Showed a Good Memory, Daily Racing Form, 1919-03-04


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HORSE SHOWED A GOOD MEMORY A bay gelding commandeered early in the war, named Major, which was repurchased at Redhill remount sale by the breeder, a farmer, went through many engagements in France and Italy without a scratch. White lieluK trotted round "the ring the farmer shouted, "Whoa, my bonny boy." Major recognized the voice of his old master and commenced neighing and switching ills fall. He pulled up dead, and would not move until the farmer took hold of the Jialter and fondled him. When the farmer led, the handsome creature away Major, lashed out at all and sundry; His whinny was long and continuous, and owner and horse were evidently pleased lo renew a friendship which had been broken by the war. London livening Standard.

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