Between thunder and lightning: Svaha
In Charles De Lint's fantasy/sci-fi epic Svaha, he defines the word as a Native American/First Nations word meaning the space between the time you see the lightning and hear the thunder. "In Hinduism and Buddhism, the Sanskrit lexical item svāhā (Romanized Sanskrit transcription; Devanagari: स्वाहा, chi. 薩婆訶, sà pó hē, jp. sowaka, tib. ... As a feminine noun, svāhā in the Rigveda may also mean "oblation" (to Agni or Indra), and as oblation personified, Svāhā is a minor Goddess and the wife of Agni."
Svaha's dam was the Wild Black Mare, the yin of Earth, of Thunder, of Night. Her sire was a grey Arabian named Sahabi, a relative of Saraf, my first horse. He is the yang of Sky and Day and Lightning.
The Arabian/mustang cross is excellent for lots of things, particularly competitive trail riding or endurance.
She is 24 in 2019, and lives in my backyard with her long time buddy, a mustang named Goliath (32 in 2019, from Nevada). She is mostly a lawn ornament now, but has taught several kids to ride.
She goes in a Bitless Bridle http://www.bitlessbridle.com/ but I have occasionally experimented (especially out of the arena) with adding a short shanked Pelham to the bitless bridle.
In the slideshows she is wearing a fly mask, she is very sensitive to flies.