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Chorus
Know that the orphaned colt of a loved one is harnessed to the chariot of distress. [795] And by setting bounds to his course may you grant that we see him keep a steady pace through this race and win the goal in the straining stride of a gallop.1

1 That is, let him bide his time by guarding against haste.

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