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Caring for the Antique Horses on King Arthur's Carousel

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  • [Fun] Caring for the Antique Horses on King Arthur's Carousel

    A fun look at how they take care of the Carousel

    Click here to see the full blog entry with a video: Caring for the Antique Horses on King Arthur Carrousel Disney Parks Blog
    - Adventure Is Waiting -

    "We're going to take you out of this world of reality for a visit to the most fantastic of all the worlds of fantasy." - Walt Disney

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    Re: Caring for the Antique Horses on King Arthur's Carousel

    I remember it took a year to refurb them last time.
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      Re: Caring for the Antique Horses on King Arthur's Carousel

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        Re: Caring for the Antique Horses on King Arthur's Carousel

        Very interesting, thanks for posting.
        "Here you leave today and enter the world of yesterday, tomorrow and fantasy."

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          Re: Caring for the Antique Horses on King Arthur's Carousel

          is it true that they don't use any cleaning supplies to clean the horses, except just a scrub down with water? to preserve or whatever?
          Originally posted by JungleCruiseFan
          You know what they say- The party don't start 'til Jordon walks in.
          Originally posted by penguinsoda

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            Re: Caring for the Antique Horses on King Arthur's Carousel

            I am indeed "surprised to learn" from the Disney Parks blog's list of facts that the carrousel has 72 horses. I thought that four horses were removed during the refurb of 2003 to make room for a handicap-accessible bench, which would mean there are currently 68 horses. Am I right?

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