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TV Horse FURY - Fury was known as "Highland Dale" where he lived on a farm in the town of Joplin in the state of Missouri of United States of America. Fury was only 18 months old when he was discovered by Ralph McCutcheon a trainer of animal motion picture stars.

Registered Saddlebred “Highland Dale” starred as “Fury” in the TV series Highland Dale won Pasty Awards (given to the animals as Oscars are to people) for his roles in “Fury”, “Gypsy Colt” and “Wild is the Wind”.

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Isn't this Zorse cute? Zebroid or Zorse,- A Horse/Zebra hybrid - Mount Kenya Safari Club, Nanyuki, Kenya

He's just like "Ohhh well, don't mind if I dooo"

He's just like "Ohhh well, don't mind if I dooo"

Zorse, Zhorse, Zébrule (9)

"Stormy" the Zorse at a stud farm in France - photo by Passion Nature 78

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Pega donkey, or Portuegese/Spanish donkey. Goodness, those ears!!!

This is a Pega donkey, a breed from Brazil often used to create gaited mules (using Brazilian gaited horse breeds). Gotta admit they are quite attractive!

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The Flying Feather Gypsy Horse Club is a Colorado based equine club with the goal of simply enjoying the Gypsy Horses (aka Gypsy Cob, Irish Cob, Tinker Horse) with fellow enthusiasts and to educate others on this wonderful breed.

Sidesaddle on an Appaloosa mule!

Sidesaddle on an Appaloosa mule! Donkeys and mules Learn about www.

Jumping mules! In 1949 US Army mule Hambone was kicked out of jumping competitions at horse shows. He actually won once, but had to return his ribbons due to pressure from horse owners.

US Army mule Hambone in 1949 who, of course, was kicked out of jumping shows against horses. More stories of mule prejudice to come in future issues of Western Mule Magazine.

"Hornet" sculpted by Maggie Bennett, painted by Wiggle Workz Studio, tack by A. Teller. Hornet is painted to glowing red chestnut and is a traditional scale artist resin model horse.

"Hornet" sculpted by Maggie Bennett, painted by Wiggle Workz Studio, tack by A. Hornet is painted to glowing red chestnut and is a traditional scale artist resin model horse.

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