Gray horse with hidden face of chief Red Horse in shading Red Horse by Judy Larson

On June 25, 1876, Red Horse, a Minneconjou Lakota head chief, rode under Lamedeer into an unexpected fight with Lt. George Custer. In the ravines and on the ridges along the Little Bighorn River, Custer and his Gray Horse Troop met their fate. Despite instructions to wait for reinforcements, Custer inexplicably divided up his command and proceeded to attack. For uniformity of appearance, Custer had given each company of the 7th Calvary its own color of horses. According to Native American accounts, the prominent gray horses of Company E were the easiest to follow in the confusion of battle. The combining of both the chief and the gray horse of the 7th calvary make a striking visual twist. Actual image size is 14 3/4" x 24" with a retail price of $245. (Click image to see larger picture.)

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