Animal : Cornplanter

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A trained horse that was ridden by John Bill Ricketts, named for the old Seneca chief, “Cornplanter.” According to Issac Greenwood, Cornplanter would jump over another horse 14 hands (56 inches) high and could “ungrith and remove his own saddle and leap over another horse fifteen hands high.”

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