Copenhagen was the Duke of Wellington’s war horse which he rode at the Battle of Waterloo.  He was born in 1808 and raced in England before being sold to the Duke of Wellington as a 5 year old.  Copenhagen was ridden in a number of battles and carried Wellington for 17 hours continuously during the Battle of Waterloo.  He died in 1836 at the age of 28 and was buried with full military honours.  

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