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Odd, isn’t it, that the only outdoor public equestrian statue in Dublin is of an Indian on horseback outside the Break for the Border pub.

4th August, 2007

Odd, isn’t it, that the only outdoor public equestrian statue in Dublin is of an Indian on horseback outside the Break for the Border pub.

There is, of course, the Oisin Kelly Chariot of Life at the Irish Life Centre but Kelly’s horses have always looked to me like hippos and besides they’re being driven, not ridden.’

Dublin, along with other towns and cities, has recently seen an...

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