Horseshoes Holding Good Luck at Koslowski's Stage Stop - Stock Image

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Martin Kozlowski ran a ranch and stage stop along the Santa Fe Trail in what is now part of the Pecos National Historical Park. During the Civil War, Union soldiers camped on his ranch and after the battle of Glorieta Pass, the stage stop building was used as a union field hospital. Pictured here are two horseshoes hanging "up" on a nail at the stage stop, supposedly "holding onto good luck," because the luck can't run out the bottom of the horseshoe!
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