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stallion
used in The Horse Whisperer

17 uses
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Definition
a male horse that has not been castrated (gelded) — especially one used for breeding purposes
  • He was a stallion by the name of Cruiser, once the fastest racehorse in the land.
    Six (40% in)
  • His mother used to like telling how, at two years old, they'd found him in the barn, curled up in the straw asleep, between the massive hooves of a percheron stallion.
    Eight (14% in)
  • The band stallion Tom had never seen before.
    Thirty-two (52% in)
  • A young stallion, a bay, was making a bid for the mares.
    Thirty-two (54% in)
  • The two stallions were standing nose to nose, while the mares and foals and the challenger's distant friends looked on.
    Thirty-two (59% in)
  • Then suddenly both stallions exploded, tossing their heads and squealing.
    Thirty-two (59% in)
  • He reared up and screamed and the white stallion reared too, but higher, and thrashed at him with his hooves.
    Thirty-two (60% in)
  • The white stallion watched him go.
    Thirty-two (62% in)
  • At the center, rearing and screaming and striking at each other with their hooves, were Pilgrim and the white stallion Tom had seen that day with Annie.
    Thirty-five (74% in)
  • It was clouding so thick that beyond the mares Pilgrim was only a dark blur against the rearing white shape of the stallion.
    Thirty-five (78% in)
  • She could see the bared pink of the stallion's gums above his teeth as he hacked away at Pilgrim's neck, where already there was the black glint of blood.
    Thirty-five (80% in)
  • Now they'd all turned and he moved in quickly behind them, driving them before him, away from Pilgrim and the stallion.
    Thirty-five (83% in)
  • Firmly, but without any violent jerking of his hand, he drew the horse down off his hind legs and turned him from the stallion.
    Thirty-five (88% in)
  • Thus thwarted, the stallion turned his wrath on Tom.
    Thirty-five (89% in)
  • Two or three paces would have taken him out of the stallion's reach and clear of all danger.
    Thirty-five (92% in)
  • The moment he moved, as he must have foreseen, the stallion reared up before him and screamed.
    Thirty-five (93% in)
  • The stallion reared again but not so high and only now to find some safer surface for his feet than the man's body.
    Thirty-five (98% in)

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