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SB 10.57.20

mithilāyām upavane
 visṛjya patitaṁ hayam
padbhyām adhāvat santrastaḥ
 kṛṣṇo ’py anvadravad ruṣā
mithilāyām — at Mithilā; upavane — in a suburban garden; visṛjya — abandoning; patitam — fallen; hayam — his horse; padbhyām — on foot; adhāvat — he ran; santrastaḥ — terrified; kṛṣṇaḥ — Lord Kṛṣṇa; api — also; anvadravat — ran after; ruṣā — furiously.
In a garden on the outskirts of Mithilā, the horse Śatadhanvā was riding collapsed. Terrified, he abandoned the horse and began to flee on foot, with Kṛṣṇa in angry pursuit.