King of the Wind - Prologue Summary & Analysis

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King of the Wind tells the story of the beautiful horse, Sham, and his devoted stable boy, Agba. The horse was named Sham for the sun. Upon his heel was a small white spot, the symbol of speed. Although he was as swift as the desert winds, Sham's proud pedigree would be scorned all his life by cruel masters and abusive owners. The symbol of the wheat ear on his chest foretells of this misfortune that Sham must endure. Agba's love for Sham causes him to stay by Sham's side through the good times and the bad. The pair set off, and many adventures take them from Morocco to France and finally to England. There, Sham is finally acknowledged as the Godolphin Arabian and chosen to father a noble breed of horses.

In Windsor Ontario, thousands of people pour into Kenilworth Park to watch the anticipated race between Man o'...

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