Kosmios, a white Arabian used as the “riderless horse” by the Camp Nelson Honor Guard, followed a caisson for a service for World War II Navy veterans Argyle “Pop” Edgar Hayner and Harvey “Harbor” Jay Wills at Camp Nelson National Cemetery on Nov. 11, 2014. Kosmios was euthanized this week after suffering a broken leg.
Kosmios, a white Arabian used as the “riderless horse” by the Camp Nelson Honor Guard, followed a caisson for a service for World War II Navy veterans Argyle “Pop” Edgar Hayner and Harvey “Harbor” Jay Wills at Camp Nelson National Cemetery on Nov. 11, 2014. Kosmios was euthanized this week after suffering a broken leg. Pablo Alcalá palcala@herald-leader.com
Kosmios, a white Arabian used as the “riderless horse” by the Camp Nelson Honor Guard, followed a caisson for a service for World War II Navy veterans Argyle “Pop” Edgar Hayner and Harvey “Harbor” Jay Wills at Camp Nelson National Cemetery on Nov. 11, 2014. Kosmios was euthanized this week after suffering a broken leg. Pablo Alcalá palcala@herald-leader.com

Kosmios, Camp Nelson National Cemetery’s ‘riderless horse,’ dies

November 18, 2016 12:59 PM

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