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Sable Island, Nova Scotia, Canada. A wild horse approaches the water on Sable Island. : Stock Photo
Thomas Hancock shipped 60 horses to Sable around 1760. The horses were originally owned by Acadians who were forcibly moved from Nova Scotia and had to abandon them. Hancock was a Boston merchant and shipowner who simply helped himself to the horses and moved them to the island. These horses survived and became wild.

Sable Island, Nova Scotia, Canada. A wild horse approaches the water on Sable Island.

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Thomas Hancock shipped 60 horses to Sable around 1760. The horses were originally owned by Acadians who were forcibly moved from Nova Scotia and had to abandon them. Hancock was a Boston merchant and shipowner who simply helped himself to the horses and moved them to the island. These horses survived and became wild.
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