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  • At that instant, metal-shod hooves rang in the foyer and a dozen mounted Gauntlet Knights burst into the Great Hall.

    The Gauntlet Thrown Chapter Thirty Seven

  • The lake narrowed and they could see the docks, metal-shod boats bobbing at the quay.

    Guild Wars: Ghosts of Ascalon

  • The metal-shod end of Tas's hoopak whistled toward his skull.

    Stalling

  • Yet she could hear Philemon and Packy and Buck, the terrible, shrill scream of panicked horses, the metal-shod hooves crashing against the floorboards and the sides of their stalls.

    Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine

  • It reared, striking at Kellen with metal-shod forehooves, and Kellen showed no mercy, crippling it swiftly and then moving in for the kill.

    The Outstretched Shadow

  • The metal-shod wheels cut deeply into the road surface.

    Warlock

  • She screamed and tried to roll away from his metal-shod foot.

    Warlock

  • If she had hesitated or flinched she might have been dashed beneath the galloping team or crushed under the metal-shod wheels but he caught her up, swung her high and she laughed in his arms.

    Warlock

  • The self-proclaimed evincar strode imperiously from the room, grinding his anger beneath metal-shod heels.

    Bloodlines

  • It stopped for me, I got on the front platform, and the horse leaned into his collar, his metal-shod hoofs slipping and sliding heavily in the snow till we got rolling again.

    Time and Again

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