With a thunder of hoofs, with tossing heads, widened nostrils, and waving manes, over a score of Talking Horses of Narnia came charging up the hill.
Then the Unicorn stamped the ground with his hoof, and shook his mane, and spoke.
He shook his mane and sprang forward into a great gallop — a Unicorn’s gallop, which, in our world, would have carried him out of sight in a few moments.
There stood his heart’s desire, huge and real, the golden Lion, Aslan himself, and already the others were kneeling in a circle round his forepaws and burying their hands and faces in his mane as he stooped his great head to touch them with his tongue.
By the Lion’s Mane," cried Tirian.
And Jewel whispered in the King’s ear, "By the Lion’s Mane, I almost love this young warrior, Calormene though he be.