1. Valāhaka. A family of horses from which the Assaratana of a Cakkavatti is supplied (KhpA. 172; M.iii.174). He is best among animals, because he takes his rider away from all danger (MA.ii.616). Noble chargers come from the Valāhaka stock. DhA.iii.248.
2. Valāhaka. The name of the horse of Mahāsudassana. He is all white, with a crow black head and a dark mane. D.ii.174; cp. S.iii.145.