The Pittsburgh Press reports on Sep 14, 1928 that “a short time after a peddler and his wife had been murdered and robbed on a road near Soldin, in Brandenburg, a farmer’s horse died on the same spot. When the horse reached the scene of the murder he stopped, whinnied and dropped dead“.
About as many horses were killed on the Western Front in WWI as people (8 million).
The Snickers bar was named after a horse the Mars family owned.
Horses can’t vomit.