Their names often signified some quality of a horse; as Leucippus, a white horse, &c.
A crazed creatur on a white horse galloped up an' dispersed 'em.
The saints send it's not the white horse of the O'Donoghues has whisked her off!
The Police at White Horse had the number of the boat, 3744, and the names of all the men in it.
Other boats, starting from White Horse about the same time, arrived in Dawson.
And see here;—that Arab must have back his white horse: he alone saved you.
If two horses are meant, it is clear that it should be, "He has a black and a white horse."
Like an automaton the man stepped forward, and after him paced the white horse.
The white horse pawed the rocks as though impatient to be gone.
A white horse figures in the superstition of school children.