King of the Wind - Chapter 21 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 21 Summary

At Gog Magog, the Earl himself is awaiting them. He leads Sham to Hobgoblin's old stall. Hobgoblin is gone. On top of the stall it reads "The Godolphin Arabian". The Earl has given Sham his own name. Agba is overjoyed. The Earl tells Agba that Godolphin means, God's downs and that here on God's downs, Sham will live out his days. Sham enters his new stall with confidence.

Sham sees Roxana, and they run to each other and greet each other with loud neighing. Sham colt Lath goes out for races and becomes the pride of Newmarket. Soon Roxana gives Sham a second son, Cade. One year later, a third son is born, Regulus. He has his father's high crest and finely drawn legs, just like his brothers.

Chapter 21 Analysis

Agba's dreams finally come true. Sham is recognized for the special horse that he is...

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