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  • At Calistoga, at the end of the railroad, they saw the six-horse stages leaving for Middletown and Lower Lake.


  • The four-bedroom home has 360-degree views and a six-horse stable.

    College Board's Caperton Lists

  • The property is on 17 acres and includes a six-horse stable.

    Tour of Homes

  • As low groom on the totem pole, I drew the short straw and would ride with Jesse, the maintenance assistant, who would drive the farmâ„¢s red truck and white six-horse trailer.

    Ms Longshot

  • A merchant's train of canvas-covered wagons, twenty of them behind six-horse teams, rumbled out of the town gates as he approached, the merchant herself in a bright green cloak seated beside the driver of the first wagon.

    Knife of Dreams

  • One of the chariots is a rare six-horse type that until now was thought only to have belonged to emperors of the earlier Eastern Zhou Dynasty (770-221 B.C.).

    Chinese Chimes and Chariots

  • These he exchanged for ginseng, chestnuts, lampblack, turpentine, rosin, and other produce of the country, which he took to Louisville every spring and fall in six-horse wagons.

    Mark Twain: A Biography

  • Now, that six-horse field is the smallest since 1994.

    CNN Transcript Jun 6, 2003

  • At Gold Run, sixty-three miles east of Sacramento, the Speaker and reporters got into a six-horse coach and set out for the summit, still forty or so miles away.

    Nothing Like It in the World The Men Who Built the Transcontinental Railroad 1863-1869

  • The group of about 4000 households contributing R25 a month have built a community police station, donated five police patrol vehicles, constructed a barracks for six single policemen, recruited 25 residents for training as reservists and is sponsoring a six-horse mounted unit.

    ANC Daily News Briefing


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