Horse Places High in Local Gallop Poll

Fort Worth may be “Cowtown,” but the horse also figures prominently in our history and culture. Witness this month’s header and these public depictions of Equus ferus caballus:

In a sidewalk of Sundance Square.

Stockyards National Bank building (1910) on Exchange Avenue.

On Sylvania Avenue.

Trinity Park has a memorial to Fort Worth firefighters and police officers who were killed in the line of duty.

The Equestrian Multi-Purpose Building at the Will Rogers complex.

Tomorrow: On This Date in Hisstory: Meow!

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2 Responses to Horse Places High in Local Gallop Poll

  1. David says:

    A page on your website with all of your headers would be interesting to me. Just my opinion.

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