Alexander the Great Quote

What an excellent horse do they lose, for want of address and boldness to manage him! … I could manage this horse better than others do.

Statement upon seeing Bucephalas being led away as useless and beyond training

As quoted in Lives by Plutarch, as translated by Arthur Hugh Clough

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What an excellent horse do they lose, for want of address and boldness to manage him! … I could manage this horse better than others do.

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What an excellent horse do they lose, for want of address and boldness to manage him! … I could manage this horse better than others do.

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What an excellent horse do they lose, for want of address and boldness to manage him! … I could manage this horse better than others do.

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What an excellent horse do they lose, for want of address and boldness to manage him! … I could manage this horse better than others do.