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  • The best horse that you have, the white-faced bay stallion, has a swelling on the upper part of the cannon bone that I do not like.
  • "That," said Robert Jordan, pointing to one of the bays, a big stallion with a white blaze on his forehead and a single white foot, the near front, "is much horse."
  • The three of them stood now by the rope corral and the patchy sunlight shone on the coat of the bay stallion.
  • "Thou my big good little pony," Pablo was saying to the horse in the dark; it was the big bay stallion he was speaking to.
  • And when I saw those four there and thought that we might kill them I was like a mare in the corral waiting for the stallion.
  • But her nervousness made the big stallion nervous, too, and he jerked his head, his nostrils widening at the firing and the noise of the bombs.
  • From where she was in the forest she could not see the road nor could she see the bridge and when the firing started she put her arm around the neck of the big white-faced bay stallion that she had gentled and brought gifts to many times when the horses had been in the corral in the trees below the camp.

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  • Marcus jerks his head around, shocked into stillness as a foam-coated stallion gallops through the doors of the stadium.
    Sabaa Tahir  --  An Ember in the Ashes
  • The sewing machine was a gleaming, glossy black that reminded her of the landowner’s horse back in Italy; sewing, Bella felt like she was holding on to the reins of a wild stallion.
    Margaret Peterson Haddix  --  Uprising

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