Print the image below, cut out the six parts of the pony, and then rearrange them so that a picture of a horse (not a pony) appears.
The horse is formed in the empty space between the pony parts.
Samuel Loyd (1841 – 1911), born in Philadelphia and raised in New York City, was an American chess player, chess composer, puzzle author, and recreational mathematician. As a chess composer, he authored a number of chess problems, often with interesting themes. At his peak, Loyd was one of the best chess players in the US and was ranked 15th in the world, according to chessmetrics.com.