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  • Rosalba Hendriks

    King Of The Cowboys on his Tennessee Walking Horse Trigger. Trigger Jr, aka Allen's Golden Zephyr. A rather modern icon of the Western Cowboy fantasy, this palomino has won the hearts of many. Take a look not only at his goldish color, but also at the crispness of the four white socks- perhaps idealized on this propagandous pamphlet.

  • Donna Whitney

    'King Of The Cowboys' (Roy Rogers) ...artist not listed...

  • 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.

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