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Grave of famous TV horse Mister Ed still attracts visitors 50 years later - Altus Times

TAHLEQUAH — He has been off the air for 50 years, and deceased since 1970, but Mister Ed still has a faithful following. He further claimed the horse was cremated, and that the ashes were dispersed by his trainer, Lester Hilton. We wish the horse could talk and tell us the true story. “It seems that the horse has no heritage here, but the owner thought this would be a good place for the grave site. Kin Thompson, an assistant professor of hospitality and tourism management at Northeastern State University, remembers finding an alternate account about whether Mister Ed was actually in the grave. There is disagreement about whether the actual Mister Ed, whose real name was Bamboo Harvester, is at eternal rest beneath the marker. The state tourism site indicates the grave is the genuine resting place of Mister Ed, and that he retired to Tahlequah to live out his days. “When you watch Mister Ed, you wonder how they got the horse to ‘talk. Alan Young, who played Wilbur Post — the only character to whom Mister Ed spoke — claimed the horse’s death was accidental, caused by a tranquilizer injection. Another account claims Bamboo Harvester did die on the “Snodgrass Farm” north of Tahlequah in 1970, and that the marker is actually a memorial and doesn’t stand over the remains of any horse. The marker remembers Mister Ed, reading: “According to media reports, Mr. Ed moved to Oklahoma in the late 1960s, after a successful Hollywood career. Pumpkin died in 1979, nine years after Bamboo Harvester, but Pumpkin certainly had ties to the TV show. But it gives the death year of 1979, which suggests the horse under the marker may actually be Pumpkin, the “shadow Mister Ed. ” Bamboo Harvester’s life span is usually given as 1949-70. The Tahlequah grave marker was only a wooden cross and... “We have a connection with Mister Ed, whether it is actually Mister Ed or some other horse,” Thompson said. It also said the horse buried in Tahlequah was actually Pumpkin, who was Mr. Ed’s stunt double, and that Pumpkin and his trainer came to Tahlequah. TV’s most famous talking horse didn’t do autographs, but plenty of memorabilia immortalizes Mister Ed and the show that ran during 1961-66. Plenty of fans make the trip to Tahlequah to see a big memento: Mister Ed’s grave marker. Source: altustimes.com

Montessori students visit wild horse ecosanctuary - Wyoming Business Report

Don't knowingly lie about anyone or anything. And so, this is a nice way for tourists to be able to come through. And also, it’s a good way to wrap up the year — it’s something fun to do, to see the mountains, get out of town and have a full day. Today, there are two others — one in Lander and one in Oklahoma —said Jana Wilson, who serves as an ecosanctuary caretaker along with her husband Rich. “We recently wrapped up a unit on studying mammals — we used the horse,” Plaxco said. “A lot of people come to Wyoming for tourism and they come to see wild horses,” she said. The 12 kindergartners, accompanied by two teachers and several parents, were the latest to visit Deerwood Ranch, a site that became the first Bureau of Land Management wild horse ecosanctuary in the United States five years ago. “And they go out to the herd management areas — there’s 16 different herd management areas in Wyoming, and a lot of the tourists have a hard time finding the wild horses. The horses, whose names range from “Pumpkin” to “Backwards Question Mark” — a moniker inspired by a punctuation-like patch of white on one horse’s head — are all gelded, or neutered males. Out in the wild, horses typically live about 11-13 years, but because the Deerwood Ranch horses spend their time in a safer environment, they tend to live longer, Wilson said. “We had a horse puzzle in our classroom and some other horse materials, and so we thought it would be fun to come see some real horses. Source: www.wyomingbusinessreport.com

Mister Ed may not be in grave, but fans still visit - Tahlequah Daily Press

com , indicates the grave is the genuine resting place of Mister Ed, and that he retired to Tahlequah to live out his days. "It seems that the horse has no heritage here, but the owner thought this would be a good place for the grave site. He stood in for publicity shots, then posed as the star for a few years after the real Mister Ed died. Kin Thompson, an assistant professor of hospitality and tourism management at Northeastern State University, remembers finding an alternate account about whether Mister Ed was actually in the grave. There is disagreement about whether the actual Mister Ed, whose real name was Bamboo Harvester, is at eternal rest beneath the marker. "When you watch Mister Ed, you wonder how they got the horse to 'talk. Alan Young, who played Wilbur Post - the only character to whom Mister Ed spoke - claimed the horse's death was accidental, caused by a tranquilizer injection. Another account claims Bamboo Harvester did die on the "Snodgrass Farm" north of Tahlequah in 1970, and that the marker is actually a memorial and doesn't stand over the remains of any horse. The marker remembers Mister Ed, reading: "According to media reports, Mr. Ed moved to Oklahoma in the late 1960s, after a successful Hollywood career. Pumpkin was often acknowledged as Mister Ed in the years after the real TV star died. Pumpkin was often acknowledged as Mister Ed in the years after the real TV star died. This photo of Bamboo Harvester, better known as Mister Ed, might actually be of Pumpkin, who often stood in for publicity stills. This photo of Bamboo Harvester, better known as Mister Ed, might actually be of Pumpkin, who often stood in for publicity stills. Whether Mister Ed died on a farm north of Tahlequah is debatable, but many believe Pumpkin lived his last years in the area. Whether Mister Ed died on a farm north of Tahlequah is debatable, but many believe Pumpkin lived his last years in the area. Pumpkin died in 1979, nine years after Bamboo Harvester, but Pumpkin certainly had ties to the TV show. But it gives the death year of 1979, which suggests the horse under the marker may actually be Pumpkin, the "shadow Mister Ed. " Bamboo Harvester's life span is usually given as 1949-'70. The Tahlequah grave marker was only a wooden cross and... "We have a connection with Mister Ed, whether it is actually Mister Ed or some other horse," Thompson said. TV's most famous talking horse didn't do autographs, but plenty of memorabilia immortalizes Mister Ed and the show that ran during 1961-'66. Plenty of fans make the trip to Tahlequah to see a big memento: Mister Ed's grave marker. It also said the horse buried in Tahlequah was actually Pumpkin, who was Mr. Ed's stunt double, and that Pumpkin and his trainer came to Tahlequah. Source: www.tahlequahdailypress.com

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  • Grave of Famous Horse Still Attracts Visitors 50 Years Later

    05/14/17 ,via U.S. News & World Report

    Alan Young, who played Wilbur Post — the only character to whom Mister Ed spoke — claimed the horse's death was accidental, caused by a tranquilizer injection. He further claimed the horse was cremated, and that the ashes were dispersed by his

  • Grave of famous TV horse Mister Ed still attracts visitors 50 years later

    05/08/17 ,via Altus Times

    But it gives the death year of 1979, which suggests the horse under the marker may actually be Pumpkin, the “shadow Mister Ed.” Bamboo Harvester's life span is usually given as 1949-70. The Tahlequah grave marker was only a wooden cross and 

  • Montessori students visit wild horse ecosanctuary

    05/26/17 ,via Wyoming Business Report

    The horses, whose names range from “Pumpkin” to “Backwards Question Mark” — a moniker inspired by a punctuation-like patch of white on one horse's head — are all gelded, or neutered males. Out in the wild, horses typically live about 11-13 years, but 

  • Mister Ed may not be in grave, but fans still visit

    05/06/17 ,via Tahlequah Daily Press

    The state tourism site, travelok.com, indicates the grave is the genuine resting place of Mister Ed, and that he retired to Tahlequah to live out his days. But it gives the death year of 1979, which suggests the horse under the marker may actually be

  • Mowing hay the old way

    Malachi Hamilton of Enterprise uses a horse-drawn McCormick Deering No. 7 mower dating from the first two decades of the 20th century to cut hay Wednesday afternoon on a field south of the Heritage Center. The effort was a practice exercise, according

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  • Ever After High: Darling Charming and the Horse of a Different Color: A Little Sir Gallopad Story

    Little, Brown Books for Young Readers. 2015. ISBN: 9780316282994,0316282995. 50 pages.

    This short story by Suzanne Selfors is a companion to her novel A Semi-Charming Kind of Life. At Ever After High, some students are paired with companion creatures; some aid them in their quests to fulfill their destinies, while others offer the kind of friendships you find only in fairytales. Darling Charming loves riding her horse, Sir Gallopad, who has the ability to camouflage himself by changing colors! But Sir Gallopad hasn't always felt so special. Read this original short story about...

  • George Stubbs, Painter

    Yale University Press. 2017. ISBN: 0300125097,9780300125092. 655 pages.

    George Stubbs is one of the greatest of British eighteenth-century painters, with a deep and unaffected sympathy for country life and the English countryside. This fully illustrated book outlines his career, followed by a catalogue raisonne (the first since Sir Walter Gilbey's short listing of 1898) of all his known works. One of the stickiest labels in the history of British art attached itself to Stubbs as 'Mr Stubbs the horse painter'. Over half of his paintings were of horses, each...

  • Compton's Pictured Encyclopedia

    2017.
  • Among the Stars

    Simon and Schuster. 2014. ISBN: 9781481415996,1481415999. 304 pages.

    May Bird has always been a bit. . . different. While most of her classmates were riding their bikes, she was running around the West Virginia woods, dressed as a warrior princess with her hairless cat at her side. And while most of her classmates were spending their summer vacations going to birthday parties, May was discovering a mysterious lake hidden among the trees -- and stumbling into the land of ghosts, the Ever After. A fearful and fantastic realm located among the stars, the Ever...

  • Thank You, God, for Everything—Especially Horses

    WestBow Press. 2015. ISBN: 9781512708882,1512708887. 160 pages.

    Horses are one of God’s most fascinating creatures, and quite a few people have a disease called “horse fever.” Don’t worry; it isn’t fatal—but there isn’t a cure. We love horses because they are beautiful, but do you know they are also wonderful teachers? Thank You, God, for Everything—Especially Horses explores the lessons horses teach about trust, respect, being appropriate, patience, forgiveness, living in the moment, making good choices, and so much more. It is a dual journey of...









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