This is the third in my Chinese horse series. My name is hidden in the design. See if you can find it.
A warrior's steed is a warrior himself and is always ready for action. War horses were well-trained and loved their job and the adrenaline rush it gave them. So what work will it be for this horse today? Slaying dragons? War against the Mongolians? The rescue of a fair maiden? Or a simple parade through town with his knightly human. Maybe a general in the chinese army or even the king himself owns this horse.
Manchu warhorses, ancient Chinese warhorses, were dressed to match important owners for parades. Their armor was made of leather and/or steel. The more elaborate the armor the more likely the horse belonged to a general or a king.
August 28th, 2013
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