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Postcard of Wildare, Champion Five-Gaited Stallion. ca. 1922, Wildare, a show stallion who is either a saddlebred or Tennessee walking horse, at home on the Glenwild Plantation in Mississippi

Postcard of Wildare, Champion Five-Gaited Stallion. ca. 1922, Wildare, a show stallion who is either a saddlebred or Tennessee walking horse, at home on the Glenwild Plantation in Mississippi


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Postcard of Wildare, Champion Five-Gaited Stallion. ca. 1922, Wildare, a show stallion who is either a saddlebred or Tennessee walking horse, at home on the Glenwild Plantation in Mississippi

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This postcard print showcases the magnificent Wildare, a champion five-gaited stallion from around 1922. Residing at the Glenwild Plantation in Mississippi, this show horse is believed to be either a saddlebred or Tennessee walking horse, known for their grace and elegance. The image captures Wildare in his natural habitat, exuding power and beauty. In the photograph, two men can be seen holding the reins of this majestic creature. One of them appears to be an African American animal handler, highlighting the diverse individuals involved in caring for these remarkable animals during that era. This depiction offers a glimpse into the rich history of African Americans' contributions to equestrianism. The lithographic technique used by the renowned Curt Teich Company brings out stunning details and vibrant colors in this offset lithograph print. It is evident that great care was taken to create such a visually striking representation of Wildare. Now housed at Lake County Museum, this postcard serves as a testament to America's love affair with horses and its deep-rooted equestrian traditions. Whether you are an animal enthusiast or simply appreciate artistry captured on paper, this print is sure to captivate your imagination and transport you back to a time when horses like Wildare were celebrated as symbols of strength and grace.

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