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    The Military Horse - Information on the use of the military horse in the U.S. McClellan Military Saddle and a cavalry forum.

    San Marcos Baptist Academy Mounted Color Guard - The Mounted Color Guard is a team of horses and riders outfitted in the uniforms, saddles and tack of the post-Civil War era U.S. Cavalry. They carry the American and U.S. Army flags in central Texas area parades and ceremonies, as well as participate in living history events at schools and historic locations throughout Texas.

    W.W.I Horse - An account of the use of horse in World War 1. Supporting 'Living History'/ reenactment as a method of remembering those who fought in W.W.I - Dedicated to the factual history of equines and their complex, intertwined relationship with humanity.

    Casimir Pulaski: Father of American Cavalry - Of all the Polish officers who took part in the American War of Independence, Casimir Pulaski was the most romantic and professionally the most prominent.

    New York 2d Veteran Cavalry - This page is dedicated to information about the NY 2d Vet. Cav

    On-line Museum of the ancient Cavalry Regiments of Piedmont - A historical cavalcade, a remarkable military experience

    Cavalry Morgan - In 1905, when the U.S. government decided to breed cavalry remount horses, they chose Morgans largely because of the breed's distinguished service in the Civil War as cavalry mounts and artillery horses.

    The Stirrup Thesis - The issue is the direct causal relationship between the adoption of the stirrup for cavalry and the introduction and development of "feudalism" in Carolingian France.

    Cavalry Depths Evidence from Contributors - Discussion on cavalry concepts

    Silkroad Foundation - Articles - The stirrup and its effect on Chinese militray history. By Prof. Albert Dien

    Patrick O'Rourke, Royal Scots Grey, 1917-1996 - The brief WW2 memoirs of Patrick O'Rourke, one of the last mounted Cavalry from Palestine to Europe

    The Viper Pit - A short guide to the history of the horse cavalry.

    Norman Cavalry - Collection of Photographs may help you visualise why the Norman's became a feared fighting force in Northern Europe around the 11th century. These shots were taken during 1999.

    Strathcona Mounted Troop - The official home page of the Strathcona Mounted Troop. Explore our past and present. Learn how to bring this piece of living history to your community.

    The 61 Cavalry of India - The 61 Cavalry today has the unique distinction of being the only unmechanised mounted cavalry regiment in the world.

    The US Cavalry Association - A nonprofit organization made up of Cavalry buffs, former Horse Cavalrymen, Modern Cavalrymen, Air Cavalrymen, relatives of Cavalrymen, historians, Cavalry Reenactment groups, and commercial corporations, all with a common interest in the preservation of Cavalry lore.

    11th US Horse Cavalry (Commemorative) - Describes the purpose, activities, uniforms and equipment of the 11th US Cavalry (Commemorative). This living history unit portrays the last horse soldiers of the US Army in the days just before Pearl Harbor.

    The Austrian Cavalry - Information on the uniform of the Austrian Cavalry during the Napoleonic Wars

    U.S. Cavalry School - Information about the training facilities and courses available form the United States Cavalry School where individuals can learn cavalry riding and tactical skills. Programs range from hour-long orientations to six day cavalry encampments.

    Sir William Waller's Lifeguard of Horse - The Sealed Knot's otherwise known as the Society of Cavaliers and Roundheads is the largest military re-enactment society in Europe and re-enacts the 17th Century English Civil Wars. Waller's Horse are the Selaed Knot's Cavalry

    Arizona Governor's Horse Guards - Site Details Arizona Governor's Horse Guards. Information on horsemanship and the preservation of the history and traditions of the horse cavalry in Arizona.

    Strathcona Mounted Troop - Lord Strathcona Horse the original Canadian Musical Ride. The last remaining true Cavalry unit in Canada

    Lord Strathcona's Horse (Royal Canadians) - Armoured unit from Canada, also has mounted horse troop.

    The Horse's Role in British Ceremonial Life - Horses - 09/07/97 - How the horse still plays an important role in the ceremonial life of Britain, from your Guide

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