Officer's Horse, c1850


The shabraque is crimson with elaborate embroidery on the hind quarters and a broad gold lace border with a blue edge. On the right of the picture a mounted private is holding the bridle. His shabraque is similar except for the yellow wool embroidery instead of gold. The officer's bridle is ornamented with gilt bosses and a crimsom throat plume.


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by Stephen Luscombe