Dubious Historical Claim of the Day

InstaPundit links to a story from the Knoxville News about Tina, a Shire breed horse claimed to be the world’s tallest. The dubious historical claim is half a sentence: “Shires date to the Trojan War . . . .” What possible evidence could support that claim?

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3 Responses to Dubious Historical Claim of the Day

  1. Carus says:

    What possible evidence could support that claim?

    Maybe some of their horses have wooden legs.

  2. Gary says:

    What possible evidence could support that claim?

    Well, if you visit the site of Troy near the Dardanelles, you can see the Trojan Horse. It’s made out of wood and is about 3 stories high.:-)

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