Independence Day Break Week – NO LESSONS

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Independence Day Break Week – NO LESSONS

NO LESSONS. We will be closed all week for the 4th of July holiday.

History of George Washington’s Horse, Blueskin
Blueskin was a gray horse ridden by George Washington. He was one of Washington’s two primary mounts during the American Revolutionary War. The horse was a half-Arabian. Blueskin, due to his white hair coat, was the horse most often portrayed in artwork depicting Washington on a horse. Washington’s other primary riding horse was Nelson, a chestnut gelding said to be calmer under fire than Blueskin. Both horses were retired after the Revolutionary War.