Lusitano

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Lusitano

a Portuguese gray horse, 15 to 16 hands high, very similar to andalusian. An excellent riding and parade horse.
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Written in 1542 by Portuguese humanist philosopher Damiao de Gois, a friend and student of Erasmus, the 30-page book is entitled "Hispania damiani a goes equitis lusitani.
O'Connor dropped the favourite out and came late with a seemingly winning run only to fall at the second last leaving Lusitani to outbattle Sartorious in a driving finish.
he led his army against the Callaici and Lusitani, conquered them and marched to the outer sea making tribes there subject to Rome which had previously been independent.