Getting our heros on the right kind of horse.
Thanks, Sally and MissChievous! Glad you liked our blog...and Pam, I was in Kepler's tonight and I saw your book on the shelf...The cover of The Slighest Provocation is beautiful. A real standout. Showing my ignorance here, but what famous piece of artwork is on the front cover?
And Kalen, I agree, the Friesian in Lady Hawke is a good choice for the kind of horse a knight would have ridden in the Middle Ages. Probably the closest to what a knight's destrier might have really looked like (a little shaggy, but tough . . .).
And yes, I finally managed to upload my photo!