MARENGO AND NAPOLEON: WARHORSE AND WARRIOR
introductions is offered to qualified investors and movie industry
executives for participation in the development of a full length
motion picture. The
movie premise is the rise of Napoleon from artillery commander to
Monarch of France. Along
this path, wars were fought and won, with another principal, an
incredible Arabian horse, Marengo.
The movie has the
opportunity to showcase the development of horsemanship in Europe in
the early 1800’s. The
Arabian horse was considered one of the key parts of reintroducing
the breeding and growth of thorobred horses that are still found in
stud farm development today.
The next aspect of
the movie is the importance of the horse in Battles throughout
Europe. France was known
as the country with the best Cavalry brigades, and the horses the
troops used in battle.
Marengo, was considered legendary for the number of large battles he
survived, the tremendous
courage under fire, the safety which Napoleon rode during these
battles due to Marengos keen instincts.
Finally, one of the ultimate tributes to the horse Marengo, is chronicled after the battle of Waterloo. When Napoleon surrenders, his horse, Marengo is bought, and taken to London,England. There the horse was put on daily display to large crowds in Piccadilly Square. After Marengos death, the horse was preserved, and now is an exhibit in the Royal Armory Musuem. In fact, one hoof, is currently resting in the British Officers Club in London
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