White Horse (disambiguation)

White Horse (disambiguation)

White Horse generally refers to horses with a white coat, pink skin and blue eyes. The term may also refer to:

Villages, towns, and cities

* City of Whitehorse, Victoria, Australia
* Whitehorse, Yukon, Canada, named after the White Horse Rapids on the Yukon River
* White Horse, New Jersey, United States
* White Horse, South Dakota, United States
* Whitehorse, South Dakota, United States
* Manderson-White Horse Creek, South Dakota, United States

Hill figures

Hill figures are large two-dimensional landscape carvings, visible over a considerable distance because the exposed soil is white (often chalk). Some are prehistoric and several feature horses:
* Kilburn White Horse near Kilburn, North Yorkshire, England
* Osmington White Horse near Osmington, Dorset, England
* Uffington White Horse, Oxfordshire, England
* Westbury White Horse, Wiltshire, England

This district is named after the Uffington one:
* Vale of White Horse, Oxfordshire, England

Other places

* White Horse Bridge, Wembley, England
* White Horse Stone, two megaliths near Aylesford, Kent, England
* White Horse Temple, the first Buddhist temple in China

Entertainment

In television:
* "The White Horses", a 1960s television series

In literature:
* "The White Horse in the Apocalypse" (1758), a book by Emanuel Swedenborg
* "White Horse Dialogue", a philosophical dialogue by Gongsun Longzi
* "The Ballad of the White Horse", a poem by G.K. Chesterton

In music:
* "White Horse", a 1974 album by Michael Omartian
* "White Horse", a 1983 song by Laid Back
* "White Horses", theme tune of the TV series "The White Horses", performed by Jackie Lee (1968)
* "Ride a White Horse", the third single from Goldfrapp's album "Supernature"
* White Horse (song), a 1993 song by Kilo Ali

Other

* Chief White Horse, aka Logan Fontenelle of the Omaha people
* White Horse (whisky)

ee also

* "The White Horse Inn" ("Weißes Rössl") an 1897 musical comedy and derivative works, set in Alpine Austria
* White Horse Inn (disambiguation)
* White Horse Tavern (disambiguation)
* 1923 FA Cup Final, known as the White Horse Final, a football match
* White horse of Kent, a heraldic symbol
* White knight (disambiguation)


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