Trivia: Theodore Roosevelt’s volunteer cavalry unit was known as what?
The correct answer is Rough Riders
So why is this answer correct? : Gaining fame during the Spanish-American War in 1898, Colonel Theodore Roosevelt’s Rough Riders were America’s first volunteer cavalry. The diverse group of men consisted of Texas Rangers, Native Americans, and even Ivy League athletes. Despite not seeing a lot of real action, the group played a vital role in the Battle of San Juan Hill in Cuba.