Marengo, a gray Arab captured after Waterloo. His skeleton is kept at the National Army Museum in London.
Tauris, this gray was a gift from Alexander (Tsar of Russia) was ridden by Napoleon at Vitepsk, Smolensk, Borodino, during his entrance in Moscow, and during the retreat from Russia. After being brought to Elba, it was ridden from Golf-Juan to Paris during the Hundred Days.
Cyrus, one of the horses Napoleon rode at Austerlitz.
Styrie, ridden by Bonaparte across the Great Saint-Bernard, and at Marengo.
Thank you Oz darling xxxxxxxxxx and the rest of you. I'll put them all down even though it asks for the name of his "horse" not "horses" - I will look a right anorak!
website www.coastofconflict.com "complements" the book apparently if anyone is interested in Kent.