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  • Sarah Hellmers

    <3 childhood hero and still is

  • Delores Boeyenga

    King Of The Cowboys Roy Rogers and Trigger who was a Tennessee Walking Horse, as was Trigger Jr. The line still exists in the walking horse breed.

  • Rhonda Lane

    King Of The Cowboys on his Tennessee Walking Horse Trigger. Trigger Jr, aka Allen's Golden Zephyr

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Poor Trigger. You were a great horse. Trivia: Dale Evans was against Roy Rogers stuffing and mounting Trigger. She said that she would have Roy stuffed and mounted when he died! But I guess he talked her into it. Eventually her horse Buttermilk suffered the same fate.

Roy Rogers and Trigger -- Tennessee Walking Horse. He bought Trigger and kept him his whole life ♥

*Roy Rogers and Trigger, publicity for Republic Pictures

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Trigger Jr. and Roy Rogers. (Trigger Jr. Was a Tennessee Walking Horse, registered as Allen's Gold Zephyr). From Happy Trails Forever™

Trigger. originally named Golden Cloud, was a 15.3 hands palomino horse, made famous in American Western films with his owner/rider, cowboy star Roy Rogers. Trigger's sire was a Thoroughbred and his dam a grade (unregistered) mare who, like Trigger, was a palomino.

  • Jo Thomas

    Hope my Jeff grows up to be just as smart

  • June Reid

    There is Tennessee Walking horse in those blood lines...

Trigger was a Tennessee Walking Horse!

Roy Rogers and trigger. Trigger was actually a Tennessee Walking Horse!. Such a beautiful picture.