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On statues, a horse’s legs tell you how the statue figure died.

On statues, a horse’s legs tell you how the statue figure died.

What is the horse statue myth? According to the urban legend, if the statue shows the horse posed with both front hooves up in the air, the rider died in battle. If the horse is posed with one front leg up, it means the rider was wounded in battle or died of battle wounds.

If a horse has both its front legs in the air, then the person died in battle.

If the horse has one of its front legs in the air, they died of wounds received from a battle.

And if the horse has both its front legs on the ground then the person died of natural causes.

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