Black Jack, the last Quartermaster-issued U.S. Army horse, died February 6, 1976.
Blueskin, one of General Washington's horses.
Bucephalos, Alexander the Great's horse.
Ellen Edenberg, one of General Washington's horses at Valley Forge.
Copenhagen, the Duke of Wellington's favourite horse, which he rode at the Battle of Waterloo.
Little Sorrel, Stonewall Jackson's horse.
Magnolia, one of General Washington's horses.
Marengo, Napoleon's horse which was captured by the British.
(Old) Nelson, one of General Washington's horses.
Roger Leo, one of General Washington's horses at Valley Forge.
Traveller, General Lee's horse.
Adios Butler, famous harness-racer
Arkle, reckoned the greatest steeplechaser of all time.
Eclipse, celebrated 18th century racehorse that won 18 races in 18 starts.
Phar Lap, Australian racehorse.
Man O' War, who re-wrote the record books.
Red Rum, only horse in the history of the Aintree Grand National Steeplechase to win the race three times (he also came second on two other occasions).
Secretariat, Triple Crown winner of 1973.
Shergar, the kidnapped winner of the 1981 Epsom Derby.
the Godolphin Arabian
Incitatus, Emperor Caligula's favorite horse.
Trigger, Roy Rogers' horse
See also: Bubona
List of fictional horses
List of historical animals