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Blueskin - Blueskin was a gray horse ridden by George Washington. He was one of Washington`s two primary mounts during the American Revolutionary War. The horse was a half-Arabian, sired by the stallion "Ranger", also known as "Lindsay`s Arabian", said to have been obtained from the Sultan of Morocco. Blueskin was a gift to Washington from Colonel Benjamin Tasker Dulany (c. 1752-1816) of Maryland. Dulany married Elizabeth French, a ward of Washington`s, who gave her away at her wedding to Dulany on February 10, 1773
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Here is a picture from a patriotic western horse display, flying the flag
A number of American presidents have shown a love for horses, below you can see a pic of former president Ronald Reagan.
Below you can see the 4 members of the American showjumping team who won silver at the 2016 Rio Olympics
"Apsaroka Horse", depicting a horse of the Crow tribe, c. 1909
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