The Galloping Horse

Some articles on galloping, the galloping horse, horse, the galloping:

Galloping Foxley
... "Galloping Foxley" is a short story by Roald Dahl that first appeared in the November 1953 issue of Town Country ... One of the more unusual Tales of The Unexpected, Roald Dahl claimed that Galloping Foxley was based on a true story ... Indeed the name "Galloping Foxley" is in recognition of the method in which Foxley takes a run up when delivering a beating ...
Battle Of Mount Austen, The Galloping Horse, And The Sea Horse - Depictions in Media
... Line based on his experiences during the battle of the Galloping Horse, the Sea Horse, and Kokumbona which he renamed "The Dancing Elephant", "The Sea ...
The Galloping Major (film)
... The Galloping Major is a 1951 British comedy sports film starring Basil Radford, Jimmy Hanley and Janette Scott ... The title is taken from the song "The Galloping Major", and the plot was centred around gambling at the horseracing track ... in a London suburb club together to buy a race horse to run in the Grand National ...
Guadalcanal Campaign - Battle of Mount Austen, The Galloping Horse, and The Sea Horse
... The Allies renewed the offensive on January 10, reattacking the Japanese on Mount Austen as well as on two nearby ridges called the Seahorse and the Galloping Horse ... After some difficulty, the Allies captured all three by January 23 ...
Galloping Hogan
... Michael "Galloping" Hogan was born in the parish of Doon, at the foot of the Slieve Phelim hills in East Limerick ... One eyewitness account says that Galloping Hogan was given the honour of lighting the fuse ... But Galloping Hogan refused to accept the Treaty and carried on the struggle for a further six months finally leaving Ireland with the last contingent of ...

Famous quotes containing the words horse and/or galloping:

    An old horse knows the road.
    Chinese proverb.

    One knows so well the popular idea of health. The English country gentleman galloping after a fox—the unspeakable in full pursuit of the uneatable.
    Oscar Wilde (1854–1900)