Articles Tagged 'Caisson Barn'

Military Veterans, PTSD and Horse Therapy

Expert Equestrian Articles — May 24, 2015
by Jocelyn Pierce Throughout the United States’s military history, the horse served bravely alongside man. Horses continued to be important components of combat until the end of World War I when warfare changed completely. Today, horses still help military veterans, though in a different way than their equine predecessors. Equine… Read more »

Horses We Can’t Forget on Memorial Day

Expert Equestrian Articles — May 24, 2015
by Jocelyn Pierce Memorial Day is a day of reflection and remembrance to honor those who gave the ultimate sacrifice and lost their lives while serving in the military. Perhaps the most largely unrecognized, and sometimes altogether forgotten veterans are the horses that served alongside man. Since the domestication of… Read more »

Virginia- U.S. Army Caisson Stables

Darley's Travel Blog — June 18, 2010
Learn about the Caisson Stables at Ft. Myer by Darley Newman I just arrived back from a ribbon cutting ceremony at the recently renovated 3rd U.S. Infantry Regiment (The Old Guard) Caisson Barn in Fort Myer, Virginia. Susan Seligman has written a great article on The Old Guard, "The Horses of the… Read more »