The Trojan Hector goes on the attack with his beautiful horses, bright-maned, a complement to the bright-patterned shield of Odysseus.
Note also Hector’s Gorgon-eyed murderous stare.
‘… while Hektor, wearing the stark eyes of a Gorgon, or murderous
Ares, wheeled about at the edge his bright-maned horses.’
‘He spoke, and resourceful Odysseus moving back into his shelter
put the bright-patterned shield on his shoulders…’
Source: Homer, The Iliad of Homer, trans. Richmond Lattimore (Chicago: Chicago UP, 1961 (1951)), book 7, p. 191 and book 10, p. 231; p. 222