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    • Emily

      Ronald Regan. He was such a good rider the secret service had a hard time finding someone that could actually keep up.

    • Stable Solutions LLC

      So I know this is not of a female rider, but since I pinned President Reagan and Queen Elizabeth riding together, I thought I'd pin him alone. Ronald Reagan, 1965.

    • Ruth Yoder

      Reagan - a real man!

    • David Howton

      Ronald Reagan, 1965 - A Real American President!

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