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Sadness at Graceland Stable as Sun’s Reflection Passes Away

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August 14, 2009 - 12:10:42 PM
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Elvis Presley Enterprises, Inc. is sad to share news of the loss of a very well loved member of the Graceland family. After a full life of roaming the pastures of Graceland for 21 years, Sun's Reflection, a Palomino American Quarter Horse, died of respiratory distress on August 14th, 2009. Every effort to save the life of Sun's Reflection was made by an expert team of veterinarians from the Mississippi State University College of Veterinary Medicine, but Sun was unable to overcome his respiratory problems associated with age.

Sun came to Graceland in June of 1988 following the loss of Elvis' horse, Rising Sun. Sun''s Reflection and Rising Sun came from the same blood line and both were purchased from the same farm.

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