[Sca-cooks] Horse Breeding OT But!... I know someone will know the answer...
rattkitten at bellsouth.net
Mon Dec 21 19:35:40 PST 2009
Soooo I am going to go ahead ask and please note I am looking for In
Period Info... But I also KNOW that if I want an answer to something I
can ask it here...
Now let me preface this with I don't need Recipes, or full
dissertations... just either a quick list or a link to a website that I
can print out and take in for my boss...
So YES Stefan this might be one of those times that you can spew forth
with the Flourilegium files.
Ahem wow that was a long run on sentence eh?
Now the question.
What kinds of horses are period correct? More specifically what kinds
were ridden by the Knights? More importantly were.... actually never
mind that last question I just got the answer to that one... But lets
just for fun and giggles give my manager something to really bop her
boss on the head with. So Ok folks fire away with those two questions....
But just for some motivation to help my boss out... Her Boss and she
were talking about Horses and The Morgan Horse came up and Mr Knowitall
pipes up with "you know, the ones the knights used to ride." Well my
manager having seen and worked with Morgans argues back that said horse
is to small... but her boss is having nothing to do with that side of
the argument and is insisting that the knights rode these damn things...
BTW final answer uuuuurrrrrrnnnnnhhhhhh Wrong The Morgan Horse is an
American Breed So NOPE The only knights that could ride those horses
would be our Modern Knights.
So she totally has this one in the bag and doesn't know it yet...
However she wants to really drive this one home... seems she never gets
to win an argument with this man. And Yes I will warn her to apologize
after she has won the argument... lol
So Who wants to help out?
Thanks in advance.
PS Master A I Look forward to your answer... lol since you have answered
almost every other weird assed question I have thrown out here...
PSS I strongly suspect that some of our Knights will be able to answer.
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