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This colorized photographic postcard features two men on horses. The man on the left wears a hat tie and trousers and rises a horse that is moving forward. The man on the left wears a hat and horse riding attire. The horse rears up and has the front two legs in the air. Green grass and blue sky depict the background. Printed text is at the top and bottom of the card. Printed text is on the back of the card.
4"x 5" photographic postcard
Garden City (Kan.), Finney County (Kan.), Animal breeding, Lipizzaner horse, Horsemanship, Stables
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"Postcard: Nolan's Lippizzan Stables. Garden City, Kansas" (2021). Tim Johnson Postcard Collection. 638.
Nolan's Lippizzans on Parade. Nolan's Lippizzan Stables, Garden City, Kansas The famous Austrian Imperial Horses were seized by General Patton's Third Army at the end of World War II from the Stables of Babolna, near Vienna, Austria. The Original herd consisted of six Mares and one Stallion. These Horses were purchased by J.W. Nolan, of Garden City, Kansas, in 1949. The Nolan Stables are now raising colts from this herd and now have 22 young colts.