No doubt you’ve seen the photo: an aerial shot of soldiers standing at attention to form the shape of a horse’s head and neck. It is shared heavily on social media around Veteran’s Day and Remembrance Day each year, but what’s the story behind the photo? On the photo’s 100th anniversary last year, a regiment of the British Army’s Royal Engineers recreated the picture and told it’s story.
To all who have served — both human and equine — we thank you.
Today, we not only remember the soldiers who sacrificed their lives in WW1 but also the horses, mules and donkeys.#RemembranceDay 🐴
Posted by World Horse Racing on Saturday, November 9, 2019
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