Thursday, May 10, 2012

Horses and riders with raised hooves -- does it mean anything? No

Rumor holds it that one leg lifted means the rider was wounded in battle. Two legs in the air means the rider died and all four hooves on the ground means the rider died of natural causes. The truth behind the horse-and-rider statues seems to be simply artist preference. There is nothing to support the claim of raised legs.

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