Who is Sleipnir? Norse Mythology Odin’s Horse
Sleipnir is an eight-legged horse in ancient Norse legends. Sleipnir was the mount of Odin, leader of all gods. Sleipnir was said to be the fastest horse in the world, with his eight legs carrying him across the world at incredible speeds. Sleipnir is actually the offspring of Loki, the trickster god, and a horse called Svaðilfari.
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