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- Not the best picture, but this is our new arrival! She's a 3 year old mare from a feral herd, likely pregnant for the spring. She was going to be sold directly into the meat market. We just picked her up this morning, so better pictures and a name to come! . . #freedomsgate #freedomsgateequinerescue #adoptdontshop #horse #horserescue #rescue #rescued #equine #mare #bayhorse #horsesofinstagram #horsesofinsta #horselife #horselove #savedfromslaughter #feralhorse #wildhorse #mustang #mustanghorse #pregnantmare #equestrian #horsemanship
- Not the best picture, but this is our new arrival! She& #39;s a 3 year old mare from a feral herd, likely pregnant for the spring. She was going to be sold directly into the meat market. We just picked her up this morning, so better pictures and a name to come! . . #freedomsgate #freedomsgateequinerescue #adoptdontshop #horse #horserescue #rescue #rescued #equine #mare #bayhorse #horsesofinstagram #horsesofinsta #horselife #horselove #savedfromslaughter #feralhorse #wildhorse #mustang #mustanghorse #pregnantmare #equestrian #horsemanship
- Not the best picture, but this is our new arrival! She's a 3 year old mare from a feral herd, likely pregnant for the spring. She was going to be sold directly into the meat market. We just picked her up this morning, so better pictures and a name to come! . . #freedomsgate #freedomsgateequinerescue #adoptdontshop #horse #horserescue #rescue #rescued #equine #mare #bayhorse #horsesofinstagram #horsesofinsta #horselife #horselove #savedfromslaughter #feralhorse #wildhorse #mustang #mustanghorse #pregnantmare #equestrian #horsemanship
- Thomas Gibbons was a steamboat operator in the early nineteenth century (one of his earliest captains was a young Cornelius Vanderbilt) who built up considerable wealth by the time of his passing in 1826. His son, William Gibbons, operated the profitable lines with Vanderbilt's help and was able to purchase hundreds of acres in Madison, NJ where he built a mansion now known as "Mead Hall". Mead Hall became the main building for Drew Theological Seminary. Gibbons also bred and raced horses, and the construction of his horse barn nearby (now in Chatham) allowed him to manage a number of horses, including the mare Fashion. Fashion was sired by Trustee out of Bonnets o' Blue. Fashion had a long career in racing (primarily the four mile distance), beating stallion Boston twice during her career. Races with Fashion often attracted more than 70,000 spectators. She was inducted into the National Museum of Racing and Hall of Fame in 1980. Historic or historical? #historicalmarkers #madison #chatham #newjersey #thomasgibbons #williamgibbons #vanderbilt #drewuniversity #horseracing #mare #stallion
- Thomas Gibbons was a steamboat operator in the early nineteenth century (one of his earliest captains was a young Cornelius Vanderbilt) who built up considerable wealth by the time of his passing in 1826. His son, William Gibbons, operated the profitable lines with Vanderbilt& #39;s help and was able to purchase hundreds of acres in Madison, NJ where he built a mansion now known as "Mead Hall". Mead Hall became the main building for Drew Theological Seminary. Gibbons also bred and raced horses, and the construction of his horse barn nearby (now in Chatham) allowed him to manage a number of horses, including the mare Fashion. Fashion was sired by Trustee out of Bonnets o& #39; Blue. Fashion had a long career in racing (primarily the four mile distance), beating stallion Boston twice during her career. Races with Fashion often attracted more than 70,000 spectators. She was inducted into the National Museum of Racing and Hall of Fame in 1980. Historic or historical? #historicalmarkers #madison #chatham #newjersey #thomasgibbons #williamgibbons #vanderbilt #drewuniversity #horseracing #mare #stallion
- Thomas Gibbons was a steamboat operator in the early nineteenth century (one of his earliest captains was a young Cornelius Vanderbilt) who built up considerable wealth by the time of his passing in 1826. His son, William Gibbons, operated the profitable lines with Vanderbilt's help and was able to purchase hundreds of acres in Madison, NJ where he built a mansion now known as "Mead Hall". Mead Hall became the main building for Drew Theological Seminary. Gibbons also bred and raced horses, and the construction of his horse barn nearby (now in Chatham) allowed him to manage a number of horses, including the mare Fashion. Fashion was sired by Trustee out of Bonnets o' Blue. Fashion had a long career in racing (primarily the four mile distance), beating stallion Boston twice during her career. Races with Fashion often attracted more than 70,000 spectators. She was inducted into the National Museum of Racing and Hall of Fame in 1980. Historic or historical? #historicalmarkers #madison #chatham #newjersey #thomasgibbons #williamgibbons #vanderbilt #drewuniversity #horseracing #mare #stallion

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