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The Sefton Story
Sefton was an Irish Draught horse and a local thoroughbred stallion born in County Waterford, Ireland. He was a British Army horse who served for 17 years, coming to prominence when he was critically injured in the Hyde Park and Regent’s Park bombings which, combined.
He recovered sufficiently to return to active service and was subsequently awarded “Horse of the Year”. Sefton became one of the first horses to be placed in the British Horse Society’s equestrian Hall of Fame, and with an annual award named after him.