Sun Horse, Moon HorseBook - 1977 | 1st ed
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"One long, lovely, unbroken line swept the whole length of arched neck and back and streaming tail, more than a hundred and twenty strides from the pricked ears to tail-tip; yet at its broadest place, the light belly was little more than four strides across. The head had something of a falcon's look about it; the two farthest legs did not join the body at all. None of that mattered. Lubrin was not making the outward seeming [shape of a horse], up there among the drifting cloud-shadows and the lark song. He was making the power and the beauty and the potency of a horse, of Epona, the Mother of Foals, herself, though his conquerors would never know it." (p. 97)
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