It is a rule that when a common countable noun is used in general it is preceded by the definite article the as:
The horse runs fast.
Here 'the horse' belongs to all the class of horses of the world. My question is - can this noun be used in general for some specific place, city, country etc., as one of these:
The horse of India usually runs faster.
The Indian horse usually runs faster.
Which of these sentences is right? Or are both right?