Airs and Graces: Winged Horses and Their History
Meet the Winged Horses
Bondmate of Larkyn Hamley. Seraph, a crossbred black, is also known as Tup, named for a two-penny coin used in the Uplands.
Wingless mare, Larkyn’s foundling, the dam of Black Seraph.
Horsemistress Philippa Winter’s mare, a sorrel of the Noble line. She has a quiet disposition, and is intelligent and courageous.
Gray Ocmarin gelding of Horsemistress Amber Cloud.
The palomino filly of Hester Beeth. Goldie is a Foundation horse, tall and strong and steady.
Take a Chance
Anabel’s chestnut Noble, a gelding.
Petra Sweet’s Foundation gelding, dapple gray.
Geraldine prince’s Ocmarin gelding, brown.
The Foundation gelding of Suzanne Star, the second-level instructor at the Academy of the Air.
The Ocmarin mare of Horsemistress Kathryn Dancer, the first-level instructor at the Academy of the Air.
Irina Strong’s bay Foundation mare.
Headmistress Margareth Morgan’s Foundation stallion, deceased.
Horsemistress Alana Rose’s Ocmarin mare, deceased.
One of the founders of the Ocmarin line.
Crossbred filly, pale dapple gray with silver mane and tail.
Shining bay with black mane and tail, bonded to Amelia Rys.
Little Duchess • Dark Lad • Sweet Spring • Sea Girl • Sky Heart
The other horses in Lark’s flight at the Academy of the Air.