Latin form of the Greek names Balios and Xanthos. ...more on Wikipedia about "Balius and Xanthus"
Binky is Death's steed in the Discworld series. He is a real horse; Death tried a skeletal steed, but kept having to stop and wire bits back on. ...more on Wikipedia about "Binky (Discworld)"
Black Beauty (in full: Black Beauty: The Autobiography of a Horse, first published November 24th 1877) is Anna Sewell's first and only novel, composed in the last years of her life between 1871 and 1877 while confined to her house as an invalid. ...more on Wikipedia about "Black Beauty"
Boxer is a fictional horse from George Orwell's Animal Farm. He is the farm's most hard-working and loyal worker. He shows the dangers of a naïve working class. ...more on Wikipedia about "Boxer (Animal Farm)"
Charlie Horse is a character on the show Lamb Chop's Play-Along and Charlie Horse's Music Pizza, both created by Shari Lewis. ...more on Wikipedia about "Charlie Horse"
Chollima is the mythical Korean horse too swift to be mounted. It gave its name to the Chollima Movement, a state-sponsored movement in North Korea, analogous to the Chinese Cultural Revolution and to promote rapid economic development, however without much success. It remains today as a symbol for the supposed strength and might of the country, with many songs about the Chollima written. Chollima is also the name of one of the lines of the Pyongyang Metro. ...more on Wikipedia about "Chollima"
Comet the Superhorse is a fictional character published by DC Comics. Comet first appeared in Action Comics #292 in September 1962, and was created by Jim Mooney. ...more on Wikipedia about "Comet (comics)" Who is http://www.shortopedia.com?
Fledge, also sometime known as Strawberry, was a horse in C. S. Lewis's fantasy series The Chronicles of Narnia. He is prominent in the book The Magician's Nephew. He was once a cab-horse belonging to Frank (last name unknown), in the city of London, England. ...more on Wikipedia about "Fledge (Narnia)"
In Norse mythology, Gulltoppr (Golden Mane, sometimes Anglicized Gulltopp) is one of the horses of the gods. ...more on Wikipedia about "Gulltoppr"
Horace Horsecollar is a fictional character created by Ub Iwerks for Walt Disney. ...more on Wikipedia about "Horace Horsecollar"
Horses are an important element in the fantasy world of Middle-earth created by J. R. R. Tolkien. ...more on Wikipedia about "Horses of Middle-earth"
Hortense is a fictional horse who was owned by Scrooge McDuck. ...more on Wikipedia about "Hortense (horse)"
Hwin is a fictional character from C. S. Lewis's fantasy series The Chronicles of Narnia. She is prominent in the book The Horse and His Boy. Hwin is female, and a talking horse. ...more on Wikipedia about "Hwin"
Indramon is an Ultimate Level Holy Beast Digimon, one of the Devas. Also known as Indaramon. ...more on Wikipedia about "Indramon"
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Isuzu Sohma (草摩依鈴 Sōma Isuzu) is an only child and a member of the Sohma clan in the manga Fruits Basket (she never appears in the anime), transforming into the horse of the Chinese Zodiac whenever she is hugged by the opposite gender or her body comes under a great deal of stress. ...more on Wikipedia about "Isuzu Sohma"
Jolly Jumper is the horse of the comic book character Lucky Luke, a cowboy, created by Belgian artist Morris. Described as "the smartest horse in the world", Jolly Jumper accompanies his master in their travels across the Wild West. ...more on Wikipedia about "Jolly Jumper"
The kelpie is a supernatural shape-shifting water horse from Gaelic folklore that is believed to haunt the rivers and lochs of Scotland. In Orkney a similar creature was called the Nuggle, and in Shetland a similar creature was called the Shoopiltee. It also appears in Scandinavian folklore where it is known by the name Bäckahästen, the brook horse. ...more on Wikipedia about "Kelpie"
(List of fictional horses) * Hercules, Steptoe and Sons horse ...more on Wikipedia about "List of fictional horses"
The Mares of Diomedes were four, magnificent, wild, uncontrollable, man-eating horses. They belonged to the giant Diomedes, King of Thrace, a son of Ares and Cyrene who lived on the shores of the Black Sea. Bucephalus, Alexander the Great's horse, was said to be descended from these mares. ...more on Wikipedia about "Mares of Diomedes"
Mr. Horse is a fictional character from the cartoon The Ren and Stimpy Show. Mr. Horse was anthropomorphic, similar to the title characters - he is physically a full-sized male horse, but he usually stands on two legs and speaks. Mr. Horse was one of the most popular characters from the show, appearing in many episodes in a wide variety of non-continuous roles. Mr. Horse is typically depicted as a straight-talking, thoughtful and serious character, though not always. He can also be cynical and disgruntled, and on occasion is merely a horse. ...more on Wikipedia about "Mr. Horse"
My Friend Flicka is a 1941 children's novel by Mary O'Hara about Ken McLaughlin, the son of a Wyoming rancher, and his horse Flicka. It was the first in a trilogy, followed by Thunderhead, Son of Flicka ( 1943) and Green Grass of Wyoming ( 1946). A popular 1943 film version was followed by film adaptaions of the other two novels in 1945 and 1948 and a television series and a remake of the first movie in 2006. ...more on Wikipedia about "My Friend Flicka"
My Little Pony is a product line of colorful toy ponies marketed to young girls and is produced by Hasbro. The toys were first introduced in 1982, following the related "My Pretty Pony" toy which was introduced in 1981. They became enormously popular throughout that decade. The original toy line inspired several animated specials, an animated feature length movie, and two animated television series. Redesigned toys have been introduced to the market twice since then, one near the end of 1997 and again in mid- 2003. Collectors refer to each line as a "generation." ...more on Wikipedia about "My Little Pony"
In Greek mythology, Pegasus (Pegasos) was a winged horse that was the foal of Poseidon, in his role as horse-god, and the Gorgon Medusa. ...more on Wikipedia about "Pegasus"
Pokey is a character from the Gumby television series created by claymation artist Art Clokey. He was an orange clay horse and Gumby's great friend. ...more on Wikipedia about "Pokey (Gumby character)"
Ponygon is a fictional character in the anime and manga series Zatch Bell! (Konjiki no Gash Bell!). ...more on Wikipedia about "Ponygon" The Ultimate www.shortopedia.com Machine.
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