At such moments, when the wind cut his eyes so as to make the tears spring from them, when the saddle had become burning hot, when the galled and spurred horse
reared with pain, and threw behind him a shower of dust and stones, D'Artagnan, raising himself in his stirrups, and seeing nothing on the waters, nothing beneath the trees, looked up into the air like a madman.
When I remonstrated that it was a pity, for the horse
was quite exhausted, he cried out, "Why not?
Rostov put his horse
to full gallop to get out of the way of these men, and he would have got clear had they continued at the same speed, but they kept increasing their pace, so that some of the horses
were already galloping.
But at last the lieutenant's horse
refused to go on; he could not breathe; one last spur, instead of making him advance, made him fall.
His plan was that several of the men should join with him, when in that neighborhood, in carrying off a number of the horses
with their packages of goods, and deserting to those savages.
That's a good horse
,' said Isay, with a shrewd glance at Mukhorty, and with a practised hand he tightened the loosened knot high in the horse
's bushy tail.
When his father had gone, a robber passed by and saw the horse
grazing without any one watching it, for of course he could not see the Hazel-nut child hidden in the grass.
Then the servants heaped a lot of rugs upon the floor and the old horse
slept on the softest bed he had ever known in his life.
This thing resembles a real horse
more than I imagined," said Tip, trying to explain.
did as he was told, and the fox went straight to the lion who lived in a cave close by, and said to him, 'A little way off lies a dead horse
; come with me and you may make an excellent meal of his carcase.
Captain Bonneville proposed the Horse
Prairie; but his Indian friends objected that many of the Nez Perces had gone to visit their cousins, and that the whites were few in number, so that their united force was not sufficient to Venture upon the buffalo grounds, which were infested by bands of Blackfeet.
Snodgrass, when the horse
had executed this manoeuvre for the twentieth time.