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The Horse Miraculous is a magical jewel wielded by the superhero Pegasus and an item featured in the animated series Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug & Cat Noir.


The Horse Miraculous is a pair of glasses that, whenever Kaalki inhabits it, transforms the wearer into a horse-themed superhero with the power of Teleportation.

To activate the glasses, the user must speak the transformation phrase: "Full Gallop". To deactivate the glasses, the user must speak the detransformation phrase: "Dismount".


The Horse Miraculous are pair of dark, pince nez type glasses. It has 5 green light points near the frame of the Miraculous.

In the appearance of the uncharged version of Miraculous, the lens of the glasses are clear with black frames.

When worn by Marinette Dupain-Cheng, the lenses are circular and have silvery-gold frames along with temples.


The Horse Miraculous is connected to the kwami Kaalki and has been worn by many for years. Whenever Kaalki goes inside, it transforms the holder into a horse-themed superhero. Its special weapon is a Horseshoe. Its special superpower is enables the holder to open portals that holder can travel through and exit at any location he/she desires.

Powers and Abilities

The Horse Miraculous provides its wielder superhuman characteristics of strength, speed, durability, and agility. The Horse Miraculous' special weapon is a Horseshoe.

Its special power is Voyage which allows its wielder to open portals that they can travel and exit through at any location he/she desires.



  • A bit like how the Fox Miraculous necklace turns into a "zip" of Rena Rouge's superhero clothing, the Horse Miraculous "molds" with the clothing that it gives its holder.