Nightbringer | The Arthurian Online Encyclopedia

Enide’s Dappled Palfrey

Presented to the heroine by her cousin, who called it swift as a bird, gentle as a boat (presumably on quiet waters), and calm enough for a child to ride, this splendid northern mount was almost certainly the one Enide later rode on the madcap adventures Erec initiated to prove that his knightly prowess still continued after marriage.

There may have been a touch of Faery in this horse’s origin. Unhappily, somewhere during the adventures this excellent palfrey was lost – I suspect during the episode with Count Oringle of Limors.

See also
Enide’s Cousin | The Legend of King Arthur
Enide’s Sorrel Palfrey | The Legend of King Arthur
Enide’s Saddle | The Legend of King Arthur