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Hakuraku (aka Sun Yang or Po Lo) was a hero in Oriental mythology. Dispatched by the Chinese Emperor with the task of locating the perfect horse, Hakuraku returned with news of a bay mare that he had found. However, when Imperial soldiers were sent to fetch the horse, they found it was a black stallion instead.
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