W.C. Steinkraus, captain of the American Equestrian team, and his mount cleared a  barrier during the National Horse Show in New York's Madison Square Garden in 1956.
W.C. Steinkraus, captain of the American Equestrian team, and his mount cleared a barrier during the National Horse Show in New York's Madison Square Garden in 1956. ASSOCIATED PRESS
W.C. Steinkraus, captain of the American Equestrian team, and his mount cleared a barrier during the National Horse Show in New York's Madison Square Garden in 1956. ASSOCIATED PRESS

In Lexington, National Horse Show hopes to reclaim electric, glamorous past

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