Man on Horse Working Cattle in Yards, Bullo River Station, Australia Photographic Print
In Norse mythology, Sleipnir is the stallion of Óðinn, the highest of the gods. A magical creature with eight legs and runes on his teeth, Sleipnir is tougher and faster than all other horses, or “the best horse among gods and men”, as it says in Prose Edda. His name derives from the old Norse/Icelandic word sleipur, or “slippery”, meaning “The Runner”.
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