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She was found with the gaming set, a sword, an axe, a spear, a battle knife, two shields, armor-piercing arrows and the skeletons of one mare and one stallion -- all the signs of a professional warrior.
The stallion began squealing, kicking and rearing up.
Smolders, 37, guided his stallion Don VHP Z home in 52.43 seconds — a time bettered only by Sweden's rising star Evelina Tovek on the day.
For three seasons, Bojack Horseman has shown us the trials of a man who just happens to be a stallion—a sadsack depressive living out his middle-aged ennui in Hollywood.
The founder and star was John Bill Ricketts, a dashing Scottish horseman, who would ride a stallion round a ring standing in the saddle, with a 9-year-old boy—also standing—on his shoulders.
Pegasus: $39.99 on Amazon Best your unicorn-riding friends with this golden-winged stallion that is big enough to really stretch your wings or invite a friend to float into the sunset with you.
At the Summer Spectacular, the stallion is competing in the 5- and 6-year-old open division, the class for second- and third-year horses.
But this lucky stallion survived with a little help from humans.
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