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Donna Haslett
Leo, Sgt Pickle
Tue Nov 7, 2017 4:33pm
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I was there 57-60. Don't remember Yoko but do remember Leo, with the flaxen mane, right? Always went with his nose in the air. I remember lots of other horses. Maybe Yoko came along after we left. I wonder if Sgt. Pickle is the same sergeant who led our group rides through the rice paddies at breakneck speeds. He broke his leg skiing. He came to our house for a party or two. My mom and sister rode, too. We gave our Japanese thoroughbred named Mariner to Numata-san when we left Japan.

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