Her parents had promised the horse aficionado her very own equine companion when she turned 10.
Her mother, one of those tough, equine British blondes, left her father for an Argentinean polo player when Sarah was 13.
Americans are still just as squeamish about eating our equine friends as our cousins across the pond.
They have conventions, fansites, equine avatars…the whole nine.
Mislabeled lasagna has sent Europe into a tizzy, but equine protein is really no worse to eat than beef.
His rider plied whip, and forced him again forward upon the track of the equine hag, but with the same result.
Perhaps his luck was calculated to stir only equine risibility.
Therefore, in my account of the equine tapeworms, I have not adopted his genus Anoplocephala.
Then came the horse-dealers with all the maimed, the halt, and the blind of equine Valladolid.
The riders were quite fascinated by these equine undulations in this most delightful holiday-game of our times.
1765, from Latin equinus, from equus "horse," from PIE root *ekwo- "horse" (cf. Greek hippos, Old Irish ech, Old English eoh, Gothic aihwa-, Sanskrit açva-, Avestan aspa-, Old Church Slavonic ehu-, all meaning "horse").
equine e·quine (ē'kwīn', ěk'wīn')
Of, relating to, or characteristic of a horse.
Of or belonging to the family Equidae, which includes the horses, asses, and zebras.