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Trivia Fun

Of the following, which common names of body parts are used with horses?
Neck, fingers, legs, hands, feet, ears, eyes, nose, elbow.

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Name the Four Horsemen:
A) Moe, Larry, Curly and Shemp.
B) Harry Stuhldreher, Jim Crowley, Don Miller and Elmer Layden.
C) John Holmes, Wilt Chamberlain, Milton Berle and Warren Beatty.
D) John, Paul, George and Ringo.

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How many hands make up a horse?
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What is this from?
Ellen: I'd like to say a word for the cowboy
         They road he treads is difficult and lonely
         He rides for days on end
         With just a pony for a friend
Ado Annie: I sure am feeling sorry for the pony!
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What is the name of Pippi Långstrump's (English: Longstocking's) horse?
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Do horses have a short side that can be easily determined? (If so, how?)
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What is a postillian?
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Horse drawn carriages were used to deliver mail in Philadelphia and Pittsburgh as late as (pick one):
1920's,  1930's,  1940's,  1950's,  1960's.

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And [...drum roll,  please...] the most important question of all...

What is an "equerry"?
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