Sorry if this is basic but if I learned it I forgot it. I think what I'm trying to remember was about Joseph the Righteous, but I will ask more broadly, are there any positive affiliations of Jews in Torah, whether the 12 Tribes, the Patriarchs, Matriarchs, righteous Bondmaids, the Prophets, or Moshiach, with the horse? All the associations I remember well are more negative, such as Bereshit 49:17 (negative in the sense that Dan is compared to the serpent, not the horse, and Dan will bite at the heels of the horse causing it to fall backwards), or Pharoah's chariots driven by horses, or the horse being a representation of the animal desires that the rider must harness and control. But what about positive associations? I recall some translations of Devarim 33:17 saying of Joseph, "his horns are like the horns of unicorns," but are there any associations of Joseph, or associations with any holy figures in Torah as opposed to Pharaoh and so on, with a horse?
Same question for the dog. The dog usually has negative connotation, even one of the cursed animals I believe, but also the connotation of being all heart, and man's best friend. Are any figures in Torah compared to dogs but in a positive way? Either direct references in Torah, or, for example can we associate Benjamin with dogs since dogs are direct descendants of wolves? (Which is similar to the part of this question about Joseph being compared to a unicorn. A unicorn is a horse with a horn, so does that also create an association with a horse by inference? Except with Joseph, Devarim 33:17 explicitly mentions horns, and horses don't have those, whereas that reconciliation issue would not apply to wolves vs dogs, unless maybe wolves divide the spoil but dogs don't, or something along those lines, but I am not an expert in those animals to answer that.
Note, when I ask about Torah, I mean all of it including commentaries and Kabbalah texts, not limited to the five books of Moshe Rabbeinu.