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The Day Winston Churchill Saved the War Horses" http://stargazermercantile.com/day-winston-churchill-saved-war-horses/ ;
"Did you know that Winston Churchill saved the war horses?"The Day Sir Winston Churchill Saved the War Horses: A little known fact of history is that were it not for Sir Winston Churchill, thousands of war horses would have been left behind at the end of World War I. The idea of abandoning the loyal animals was more than life-long equestrian Sir Winston could stand, so he jumped into action. Read this remarkable story here: http://stargazermercantile.com/day-winston-churchill-saved-war-horses/
The life-size sculptures are the work of Birmingham-based master craftsman James Doran-Webb, 46, who spent six months assembling them for celebrations to mark the Chinese 'Year of the Wooden Horse' in Singapore.
How amazing are these?
Dragons' Den businesswoman Deborah Meaden is working with the Brooke charity which aims to improve the treatment of horses and donkeys across the world.
Photographer Tim Flach sees similarities between baby equines and humans
This helps with animal science by helping us get a better understnding and view of how a foal developes in side the Womb. This knowledge can help imporve our over all understanding of the horse and other equine related animals as why. I believe they they should do this in other animals as well so we can better understand and learn in detail how baby animals develope and what we can do to improve thier help inside thier mother.