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Explora Caballo, Paso, ¡y mucho más!

Really interesting site!! Worth double-checking, but they've definitely done some research.

Coast To Coast AM - April 19, 2016 Banshees, Werewolves, Faeries - Published on Apr 20, 2016 - In the second half, author and curator Varla Ventura spoke about the folklore of banshees, werewolves, faeries, and other creatures of the night. She described the puca, a shape-shifting creature from the faerie world that often takes the form of a rabbit or a horse, or in Ireland a bird or crow. These...

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Lyonesse for Beauty & Mystery

In ancient times, the island kingdom of Lyonesse lay off the Cornish coast but disappeared, mysteriously sunk beneath the sea. Only one survivor and his white horse escaped to ride the surf to safety and tell the tale. It is said that when the bells of Lyonesse ring out beneath the waves, the kingdom will rise again. The horse symbol of Lyonesse is token of the beauty and mystery of that undersea realm and is a reminder that nothing is truly lost if its story lives forever.

Image copyright Getty Images Image caption The brumbies are a central part of Australian folklore thanks to bush poet Banjo Paterson’s 1890 poem, The Man From Snowy River A plan to cull almost all the famous wild horses in Australia’s Snowy Mountains region has been criticised as “horrific” by conservationists. The New South Wales government wants to cull about 90% of the horses

YN BEISHT KIONE [the beast with the black head] is a sea-monster thought to reside off the south coast of the Isle of Man, dreaded by all who sailed the coast.