Where Horses Go When They are Retired?

nikosbrihmaniPublished: July 10, 2017Updated: July 11, 20171,174 views
Published: July 10, 2017Updated: July 11, 2017

The United States Army has steeds that are up for the reception. The resigning stallions were once some portion of the Old Guard Caisson Platoon, where they drove military funerals, events, commemorations, and parades. At the point when the steeds resign, they require a place to go, so the Caisson Adoption Project sets them with an impeccable home. Here’s the manner by which the stallion Quincy came to live with George Whitaker, a kindred resigned veteran.

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    CAROLINEPITTS · 36 weeks ago

    Most of my Adult life I experienced the joy of driving by Ft. Meyer in Arlington and saw the working horses grazing in the paddocks available to them. It was always such a joy to see them, so beautiful with shining coats, matched colors and happily matched. I have moved away from NorthEastern VA to SouthEastern VA and don't see them anymore but it's nice to know what happens to the most important of the "OLD GUARD" when they retire. They deserve a fine retirement.