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Irish horse


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Irish horse

Irish draught horse

RICHARDSON, Neil Graham Stewart- (1881 - 1934), late North Irish Horse

BROOKE, Francis (Hugh) (1882 - 1954), Capt. late South Irish Horse and 60th K. R. Rifles

FINLAY, Ian Archibald (1878 - 1925), late Major North Irish Horse and Lieutenant Royal Scots Greys

A Trojan Horse? Unionism, Trust and Truth-telling in Northern Ireland

Maxwell, Arthur Kenlis (1879 - 1957), Lt-Col late North Irish Horse; Irish Representative Peer since 1908

Jocelyn, Robert Soame (1883 - 1956), a baronet of England, 1665; retired Captain North Irish Horse; An Irish representative Peer since 1919

Howard, Ralph Francis (1877 - 1946), Irish Representative Peer; Senator Irish Free State, 1922–28; Lt-Col late South Irish Horse; late Captain 2nd Life Guards

ELLIOT, Virginia Helen Antoinette (born 1955), trainer of National Hunt jockeys and horses; former equestrian event rider; Eventing High Performance Coach, Horse Sport Ireland, 2008–13

Cole, John Henry Michael (1876 - 1963), late Lt-Col, North Irish Horse; late 7th (Queen’s Own) Hussars

Anson, Thomas Edward (1883 - 1960), late (Acting) Master of the Horse and ADC to the Lord-Lieutenant of Ireland

O’GRADY, Guillamore (1879 - 1952), Barrister-at-law, King’s Inns, Dublin; Major, late South Irish Horse; Dublin Herald of Arms since 1908

THOMPSON, Edward Charles (1851 - 1933), late Surgeon to County Tyrone Hospital, and late visiting and consulting physician to Omagh District Asylum; late Surgeon-Major Royal Army Medical Corps Reserve; late Surgeon Major North Irish Horse

Wolseley, Garnet Joseph (1833 - 1913), Field-Marshal; Colonel Royal Horse Guards; Gold Stick-in-Waiting; Colonel-in-Chief of the Royal Irish Regiment; Hon. Colonel of Royal Canadian Regiment of Infantry from 1899

Vane-Tempest-Stewart, Charles Stewart Henry (1878 - 1949), sits under creations 1814 and 1823; Chancellor of the Queen’s University, Belfast, since 1923; Chancellor of Durham University since 1931; Lord Lieutenant of Co. Durham since 1928; Chief Commissioner, Civil Air Guard, since 1938; HM Lieut Co. Down; Major (Brev. Lt-Col) Royal Horse Guards; Hon. Air Commodore 502 Sq. RAF; Regional Comdt ATC, Northern Ireland

Ashley-Cooper, Anthony (1869 - 1961), HM Lieut Co. Dorset, 1916–52; Chm. Dorset County Council, 1924–46; late Development Commissioner under the Development Fund Act 1910 (Chairman of the Commission, 1946–48); Younger Brother of Trinity House; Vice-Pres. Royal Choral Soc.; Provincial Grand Master of Dorset, 1902–52; Pres., Shaftesbury Society; late President of the English Church Union, and Member National Church Assembly; late Chairman National Advisory Council to the Ministry of Labour for Juvenile Employment in England and Wales; Bailiff of Egle and Bailiff Grand Cross in the Order of St John of Jerusalem; Brig.-General Commanding 1st South-West Mounted Brigade, 1913–16; served European War, 1914–18; retired with hon. rank of Brig.-Gen.; late Hon. Col North Irish Horse; Lord Chamberlain to the Queen, 1910–22; Commissioner of Congested Districts Board for Ireland, 1902–14; Chancellor of Queen’s Univ. of Belfast till 1923; HM Lieutenant for Co. of Antrim, 1911–16; Grand Officer Legion of Honour

 

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The sailor's name in the old days of sail for salt beef that was kept at sea in a harness cask and that was tougher than usual. Its name was probably based on the belief in those days that the Irish, being so poor, worked their horses much harder and longer than the English. There was a sailor's sea song of the 18th century in which he addressed his ration of salt beef:Salt horse, salt horse, what brought you here? You've carried turf for many a year.From Dublin quay to Ballyack You've carried turf upon your back.

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