Some articles on brook horse, horse:
... Bäckahästen or bækhesten (translated as the brook horse) is a mythological horse in Scandinavian folklore ... It was often described as a majestic white horse that would appear near rivers, particularly during foggy weather ... The horse would then jump into the river, drowning the rider ...
Famous quotes containing the words horse and/or brook:
“The steed bit his master;
How came this to pass?
He heard the good pastor
Cry, All flesh is grass.”
—Unknown. On a Clergymans Horse Biting Him (l. 14)
“Under an oak, whose antique root peeps out
Upon the brook that brawls along this wood.”
—William Shakespeare (15641616)