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Giverny Impressionism Museum
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Past army horses are ready for adoptions, free of charge - if you successfully complete the examination procedure.
ennedy and Quincy, two high-qualified horses who were part of the Old Guard of the army, are up for adoptions. For many years both were used as caissons, which contributed to drawing the caskets of killed members of the ministry to their last place of rest at the Arlington National Cemetery. Both are now free in a scarce occasion for the general public to enjoy a good home - if the candidates can stand up to a rigorous examination procedure.
Quincy, an 11-year-old district pony that has a foot health issue, has become one of the most loved horses in the stable now. Every chaisson on offer for sale has been serving on avarage for more than a ten year period. "Throughout their ministry they take part in hundreds of burials for the country's heroes," a Old Guard adoptions page describing how the Cape Horses Adaptation Program was established to "ensure that each and every animal is given a great home after its well-deserved pension".
Travellers can see the horses Tuesday afternoon in an army facility next to the Arlington National Cemetery. Horses will finally go home with owner who will go through a rigorous procedure of screenings. Candidates must fill out a six-page application and will be met by an army flock leader to make sure future houses are suited for the horses, according to the Washington Post.
The youngest individual to make it through the review is Jenna Sears, who is now the proud owner of Freedom, a 12-year-old quarter-year-old re-tired due to an ocular cyst. What's more, she's a new member of the Freedom family. Said Sears to the Post that chaisson horses are known for being quiet. "She said, you're kind of the perfect horse."