By Jan Westmark-Allan Jeanette Sassoon and Valiant Photo by www.BarbarasVisions.com I first heard about Valiant, a blind horse owned by Jeannette Sassoon, about 10 years ago and thought then that it was a remarkable story.
By Dani Moritz When Jeanette Sassoon bred her black Dutch stallion, Valiant, to her newly acquired mare, Caprice, she named the foal Valiant. Little did she know at that time just how much he would embody his name. Born on the wild side, Valiant always had an exuberant spirit. When he was only two-years-old,
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