No horses, just the final movement of Lunar Scenes. It is my favorite of the suite. The last thing I wrote is always my favorite, usually for a few days. My longest lasting favorite, and which I would like to see performed and danced is apparently rather low on everyone else's list.
I always listen to your latest pieces (even if I don't often make comments) because I find your work very interesting. Whenever I say "interesting" I mean that as a definite compliment - a piece of music must pique my interest: It's the first, and toughest, hurdle. Your music always gets over that first hurdle for me. I should mention another important thing: You have a clearly defined style that is very personal (I could even hear it in the early work you posted a while back.)
As to this piece: I'm in agreement with you. I think I like it the best of the group. And good luck on the Cello Sonata.
I've been following along with your Lunar Scenes also. I really like this one. The beginning almost sounded jazzy to me upon first hearing. I think that is due to the syncopations. I think it really rounds out the entire work, but I think it works well as an end piece, if that is your placement. The motion really spirals for me making me think of spinning off into the abyss. OK - I know that's a bit much, but I really enjoyed it.