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His driver would make heroic attempts to rescue him, but there was always a risk that the rest of the team might be sucked under too, so a bullet through the head was usually the most the horse could hope for. Mr Sydney Smith, aged eighty, remembers being a private on the Somme: Nothing as far as the eye could see except waves rippling the mud as the wind blew, I had the terrible experience to witness three horses and six men disappear completely under the mud. It was a sight that will live for ever in my memory, the cries of the trapped soldiers were indescribable, as they struggled to free themselves.
Well aware that they were the loveliest sight in London, they rode with pride, and the usual crowd gathered along the pavement to marvel and applaud. Just as they were approaching Hyde Park Corner, a nail bomb hidden in a nearby car was detonated, killing four members of the guard. What sent shock waves of horror and outrage through the world, however, was that seven of the beautiful, glossy black horses which carried the soldiers were also killed and three severely wounded. Sefton, at nineteen the oldest, was the most badly injured.