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The Caparisoned horse is the riderless horse who follows the caissons (6 horses pulling the cart which carries the casket of the fallen soldier).


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Blackjack, the last of the United States Army Quartermaster issued horses, was born on 19 January He entered the Third United States Infantry Stables at.


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The Caparisoned horse is the riderless horse who follows the caissons (6 horses pulling the cart which carries the casket of the fallen soldier).


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Wearing the boots backwards in the stirrups and the saber, he was the riderless caparisoned horse for fallen soldiers and presidents alike. He is.


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The horse was Blackjack, a Morgan and American Quarter mixed-breed horse. Born in January of , Blackjack entered the Third United.


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