What was General George Washington’s horse named during the American Revolutionary War?

General George Washington had several horses, but he mostly rode “Nelson” and “Blueskin.”

George Washington was also shot on two different occasions, enemy marksmen shot through his coat and hat, but fortunately, not through Washington himself.

After the American Revolutionary War, George Washington served as the first President of the United States from 1789 to 1797.

George Washington is often referred to as “Father of His Country” because of his critical role in the American Revolution.

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