My Favorite Cavalry Charge Video

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Aloysius Kling Sr
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My Favorite Cavalry Charge Video

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Mark Jones
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Re: My Favorite Cavalry Charge Video

Post by Mark Jones » Mon Jan 14, 2019 10:47 pm

Your favorite???

:gallop: :gallop: :gallop: :gallop: :gallop: :gallop: :gallop: :gallop: :gallop: :gallop: :gallop: :gallop: :gallop:
:gallop: :gallop: :gallop: :gallop: :gallop: :gallop: :gallop: :gallop: :gallop: :gallop: :gallop: :gallop: :gallop:
:gallop: :gallop: :gallop: :gallop: :gallop: :gallop: :gallop: :gallop: :gallop: :gallop: :gallop: :gallop: :gallop:
:gallop: :gallop: :gallop: :gallop: :gallop: :gallop: :gallop: :gallop: :gallop: :gallop: :gallop: :gallop: :gallop:

Why, that's not even British cavalry! :mrgreen:

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Re: My Favorite Cavalry Charge Video

Post by Stewart Crisp » Tue Jan 15, 2019 8:04 am

Quite poignant with the classical music playing is it from an old movie as I don't recognise it.
I had it in my mind that cuirassiers horses were bigger than that they looked like they were rounding Tattenham corner in the derby.In all seriousness do you think the fatigue penalty should be higher for charging as those horses would surely be blown for quite some time after that.
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