The study focuses on a specific type of carols which is sung to the youngster about to get married. The traditional community attributes the intensity of heroic gestures to his life through the power of the ritual word. The carol protagonist has the ability to animate the still life by making his horse with distinct sun-like characteristics jump rhythmically and hit the earth. The mythical horse, Pegasus, discovered a river in the same manner. All the reading clues in the text, including the linguistic and poetical ones, depict a man-horse entity with supernatural powers; moreover, they imply details from other folkloric species that provide proofs for an initiation pattern.