Have Horse Will Travel -- A Collection of Images

Compiled by Linaewen

Their horses were of great stature, strong and clean-limbed; their grey coats glistened, their long tails flowed in the wind, their manes were braided on their proud necks. The Men that rode them matched them well...
"The Riders of Rohan," TTT


There are an amazing number of images of horses and their riders among the images in Decipher's LOTR Trading Card Game! I had a hard time choosing among them, but here are some of the most familiar and best-loved (as well as most-feared) horses in Middle-earth:

Bill the Pony
http://lotrtcg.fanhq.com/TCG/Card.aspx?gameID=7&cardID=1701

Bill the Pony, Dearly-Loved
http://lotrtcg.fanhq.com/TCG/Card.aspx?gameID=7&cardID=5947

Asfaloth
http://lotrtcg.fanhq.com/TCG/Card.aspx?gameID=7&cardID=1139

Asfaloth, Elven Steed
http://lotrtcg.fanhq.com/TCG/Card.aspx?gameID=7&cardID=2373

Asfaloth, Swift Blossom
http://lotrtcg.fanhq.com/TCG/Card.aspx?gameID=7&cardID=5918

Black Rider
http://lotrtcg.fanhq.com/TCG/Card.aspx?gameID=7&cardID=5583&go=-3

Black Steed
http://lotrtcg.fanhq.com/TCG/Card.aspx?gameID=7&cardID=1316

Echo of Hooves
http://lotrtcg.fanhq.com/TCG/Card.aspx?gameID=7&cardID=5586

Shadowy Mount
http://lotrtcg.fanhq.com/TCG/Card.aspx?gameID=7&cardID=5593

Steed of Mordor
http://lotrtcg.fanhq.com/TCG/Card.aspx?gameID=7&cardID=5594

Crashing Cavalry
http://lotrtcg.fanhq.com/TCG/Card.aspx?gameID=7&cardID=5912

Shadowfax, Unequaled Steed
http://lotrtcg.fanhq.com/TCG/Card.aspx?gameID=7&cardID=4631

Shadowfax, Roaring Wind
http://lotrtcg.fanhq.com/TCG/Card.aspx?gameID=7&cardID=5897

Shadowfax, Great Heart
http://lotrtcg.fanhq.com/TCG/Card.aspx?gameID=7&cardID=3245

Shadowfax, Greatest of the Mearas
http://lotrtcg.fanhq.com/TCG/Card.aspx?gameID=7&cardID=6629

Firefoot
http://lotrtcg.fanhq.com/TCG/Card.aspx?gameID=7&cardID=148&go=-2

Firefoot, Mearas of the Mark
http://lotrtcg.fanhq.com/TCG/Card.aspx?gameID=7&cardID=6015

Snowmane
http://lotrtcg.fanhq.com/TCG/Card.aspx?gameID=7&cardID=2606

Snowmane, Noble Mearas
http://lotrtcg.fanhq.com/TCG/Card.aspx?gameID=7&cardID=5939

Arod, Rohirrim Steed
http://lotrtcg.fanhq.com/TCG/Card.aspx?gameID=7&cardID=5968

Brego
http://lotrtcg.fanhq.com/TCG/Card.aspx?gameID=7&cardID=1980

Brego, Loyal Steed
http://lotrtcg.fanhq.com/TCG/Card.aspx?gameID=7&cardID=5862

Horse of Rohan
http://lotrtcg.fanhq.com/TCG/Card.aspx?gameID=7&cardID=2000

Horse of Great Stature
http://lotrtcg.fanhq.com/TCG/Card.aspx?gameID=7&cardID=6352

Gondorian Steed
http://lotrtcg.fanhq.com/TCG/Card.aspx?gameID=7&cardID=5471

Knight's Mount
http://lotrtcg.fanhq.com/TCG/Card.aspx?gameID=7&cardID=3265

Messenger's Mount
http://lotrtcg.fanhq.com/TCG/Card.aspx?gameID=7&cardID=5494

Doom Drove Them
http://lotrtcg.fanhq.com/TCG/Card.aspx?gameID=7&cardID=3310

Where Now the Horse
http://lotrtcg.fanhq.com/TCG/Card.aspx?gameID=7&cardID=6622


Suddenly into view below came a white horse, gleaming in the shadows, running swiftly. In the dusk its headstall flickered and flashed, as if it were studded with gems like living stars. The rider's cloak streamed behind him, and his hood was thrown back; his golden hair flowed shimmering in the wind of his speed. To Frodo it appeared that a white light was shining through the form and raiment of the rider, as if through a thin veil. "Flight to the Ford," FotR


There were two very important riders not represented in the above images; it wouldn't be proper not to mention them! So here they are, Glorfindel and Boromir, by one of my favorite Tolkien artists, Catherine Karina Chmiel, aka Kasiopea:

Glorfindel and Asfaloth
http://www.tolkien.com.pl/kasiopea/ang/strony/Glorfindel-i-Asfaloth.htm

Boromir, Simply the Best
http://www.tolkien.com.pl/kasiopea/ang/strony/boromirowa_laurka1.htm

Boromir of Gondor
http://www.tolkien.com.pl/kasiopea/ang/strony/Boromir-of-Gondor.htm

Seek for the Sword
http://www.tolkien.com.pl/kasiopea/ang/strony/Seek_for_the_Sword.htm

Boromir and Theodred
http://www.tolkien.com.pl/kasiopea/ang/strony/Boromir-and-Theodred.htm

Tharbad
http://www.tolkien.com.pl/kasiopea/ang/strony/Tharbad.htm