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  1. Thunder (mascot) - Wikipedia Thunder (mascot) From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Thunder is the stage name for the horse who is the official live animal mascot for the Denver Broncos football team. Thunder shares mascot duties with Miles, a human who wears a horse head mask atop a Broncos uniform.

    • Thunder Sr.: 1983, Thunder II: 1994, Thunder III: 2000
    • Arabian horse
    • Thunder Sr.: stallion, Thunder II: gelding, Thunder III, gelding
    • Sports mascot
  2. Rameses is the ram mascot of the North Carolina Tar Heels.Three versions of Rameses appear at UNC sporting events. One is a member of the UNC cheerleading team in an anthropomorphic ram costume; the second is also an anthropomorphic ram costume, and the third is a live Dorset Horn sheep named Rameses who attends Carolina football games with his horns painted Carolina blue.

    • 1924
    • ACC
    • University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
    • Dorset ram
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