Hmmm, I don't know, gmack. Horses did once have toes, but by Alexander's time (356-323 BCE), they had the standard hoof. Here's a late 6th-century BCE stamnos depicting a chariot race (scroll down for detail). Making allowances for stylization, I can't see anything terribly unusual about the feet. I must be missing something.
Response last updated by zorba_scank on Sep 25 2016.
Jul 15 2005, 11:49 AM