Sefton was a British Army horse serving from 1967 to 1984.  He was seriously injured in the Hyde Park bombing in 1982 which killed 7 other military horses, but made a sufficient recovery to return to active service.  He was awarded ‘Horse of the Year’ in 1982.  Sefton’s last ceremonial outing was at The Queen’s Birthday Parade in June 1984 and he was then retired.

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