The "Ripple" Tarot spread's card for the month just ending, September 2021, was The Sun. I had entertained the idea that this represented secrets coming to light or something, but the relevant feature of that card turns out to have been the white horse it so prominently features.
When I posted a few days ago on Animals with a stereotypical favorite food and said that horses stereotypically like oats, a commenter suggested apples or carrots instead. This led me to search the Web for horses like apples, and I ended up on a page called "Things a Horse Shouldn't Eat." One of the items on the list caught my attention:
MeatDeadly Equines, The Shocking True Story of Meat-Eating & Murderous Horses by CuChullaine O'Reilly, the Founder of the Long Riders' Guild, explores the fact that horses can and do eat meat (and can appear to behave in quite a violent manner to get it). However, just because they can and do eat meat does not mean that they should.
This made me think of the man-eating Mares of Diomedes, which reminded me that horses -- in Piers Anthony's Night Mare, including both the title character and her antagonist the Day Horse (featured on the Sun card?) -- had actually entered the sync-stream some months ago.
Today, on a random whim, I visited my own blog, clicked on the "Moody Blues" tag (why that one? no reason), and reread the posts that had that tag. I ended up reading a post I had pretty much forgotten about, "Arkansas took control," which discusses among other things the Jimmy Driftwood song "Tennessee Stud." This particular hoss was, you will recall, "the color of the sun and his eyes were green." The sun reference ties him to the Day Horse and to the horse of the Sun card, and the green eyes made me think of Othello: "the green-ey'd monster which doth mock the meat it feeds on." Green eyes are thus associated with meat-eating. (Meat in Shakespeare's time just meant "food," but the sync fairies don't care.)