It did not sound like Silver, but it might be the pigeon-toed horse of Miss Allen.
One would have imagined that he would deem it meet that a Kittredge should be pigeon-toed.
Animals with this deformity are "pigeon-toed," and are prone to interfere, the inside toe striking the opposite fetlock.
"I suppose you mean that red-headed, pigeon-toed brute that hangs around the Wrights' place," says she.
Two stumbling figures fleeing, pigeon-toed and sharp-heeled, on the further side of the arroyo meant much to Dan Anderson.
I got four pigeon-toed, bow-legged, bat-eared Moonstoners down in that meadow, just itchin' mad to cut loose.
The foremost brave faltered in his pigeon-toed stride, stopped abruptly, and dived for the shelter of a sagebush.
"You're a sulphur-coloured wizard with pigeon-toed eyes," replied Ember severely.
pigeon-toed pi·geon-toed (pĭj'ən-tōd')
Having the toes turned inward.