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One thousand recognized Horses truth & Fictional during the a long time: (Not Race Horses and never convey leaping Horses)By:FJH Glover

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Fairground Art’ by Geoff Weedon and Richard Ward. Mr J K Prescott, Southport Amusement Arcade. Mr Herbie Silcock, Southport Carousel. Gill Sharrocks, patron of the Wigan Pier Club. Mrs Ann Forster, Asda Cafe, Clayton Green, Lancs. Dictionary of Symbolic and Mythological Animals. Encyclopaedia of Myths and Legends of all Nations, by HS Robinson and K Wilson Guinness Book of Records (1984) Mrs Fiona Yeoman, Reference Libary, Fareham Denis Ratcliffe, Wigan Greengrocer’s grandson. Prehistoric England by Richard Cavendish.

At the opening of the second seal a rider appears on a red horse. He is given a sword and permitted to take peace from the earth. Symbolising war. 57. A BLACK HORSE. PARTHIAN HORSEMAN. From the four horses of the apocalypse. At the opening of the third seal a rider appears on a black horse and holding a pair of scales, a voice announces `A quart of wheat for a denarius’. With grain selling at such a price the scene symbolises famine. 58. A PALE HORSE. PARTHIAN HORSEMAN. From the four horses of the apocalypse.

Pet Rescue TV CH 4. The Wooden Horse by Eric Williams. Lee Silcock, Dental Technician, Wigan. Peter and Carol Andrews. Irene Hunt, Landlady, The Royal Oak, Wigan. ‘Fairground Art’ by Geoff Weedon and Richard Ward. Mr J K Prescott, Southport Amusement Arcade. Mr Herbie Silcock, Southport Carousel. Gill Sharrocks, patron of the Wigan Pier Club. Mrs Ann Forster, Asda Cafe, Clayton Green, Lancs. Dictionary of Symbolic and Mythological Animals. Encyclopaedia of Myths and Legends of all Nations, by HS Robinson and K Wilson Guinness Book of Records (1984) Mrs Fiona Yeoman, Reference Libary, Fareham Denis Ratcliffe, Wigan Greengrocer’s grandson.

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