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This photograph was taken circa 1904 by Enos A. Mills in Southern Colorado in the San Juan Mountain Range. The horse was a mining town return horse named Cricket. She was very intelligent and lived until 1927. Enos bought her and took her to Long's Peak Inn where she lived out the rest of her life. We do not know the exact location of the photograph. We do know that it was one of Enos' most popularly reproduced, and even was used as a book cover. Many copies of this photo were sold out of Longs Peak Inn and many are turning up in collections, antique stores and attics.