Another tough one:

Thirty white horses on a red hill
First they champ,
Then they stamp,
Then they stand still.

Emotion: smile
1 2 3
easy ::teeth:: Emotion: stick out tongue
Easy? I thought it was not Emotion: stick out tongue
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Is this a misquote? Teeth number 32 (counting wisdom teeth) unless this is a hidden insult to British dental hygene.

(I know the riddle was published in "The Lord of the Rings" by J.R.R.Tolkien c1960 and He was a famous British Author and Professor of Languages)

Thirty-two white horses upon a red hill,
First they Tramp,
then they Stamp.
Now they stand still.

The horses are teeth.
I still don't get how you come up with teeth
Anyone who read or seen the hobbit knows
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white horses-teeth
red hill-gums
AnonymousI still don't get how you come up with teeth
But what does the Champ and the Stamp mean?
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