His steeds are not "faultless monsters" like the Dauphin's palfrey in Henry the Fifth.
But King Pluto, as he called himself, only shouted to his steeds to go faster.
With these steeds, so well fitted for hunting, were twelve sleek, fleet hounds.
Heading our steeds in that direction, we pressed on at the top of our speed.
However, if you think it best, we will prick on our steeds for another hour.
The steeds of the gods are immortal, but ours are one mortal and the other immortal.
The soul of man is likened to a charioteer and two steeds, one mortal, the other immortal.
Are they charioteers of contending pairs of steeds, or pilots of vessels?
And after the marriage his steeds were yoked and they set out for Babylon.
And when he had all he needed, the steeds were yoked, and he set off.