Original source: Apostle John Eckhardt’s book “Prayers that Rout Demons”
Let the horse and rider be thrown into the sea (Exodus 15:1).
Break in pieces the horse and his rider. Break in pieces the chariot and his rider (Jeremiah 51:21).
I release the sword of the Lord upon the horses and chariots (Jeremiah 50:37).
I cut off the horses and destroy the chariots in the name of Jesus (Micah 5:10).
Overthrow the chariots and those that ride them. Bring down the horses and their riders (Haggai. 2:22).
Confound the riders on horses (Zechariah 10:5).
Let the horses’ heels be bitten, and let the riders fall backward (Genesis 49:17).
Let the chariot, the horse, the army, and the power lie down together and not be able to rise (Isaiah 43:17).
Let the chariot and the horse be cast into a deep sleep at Your rebuke, O Lord (Psalm 76:6).
Make the horses afraid as the grasshopper (Job 39:19–20).
Let the chariots and horsemen be burned with Your fire (Nehemiah 2:13).
Smite the horses with astonishment and the riders with madness and blindness, O Lord (Zechariah 12:4).
I bind and rebuke every black horse that would come against me in the name of Jesus (Revelation 6:5).
I bind and rebuke every red horse that would come against me in the name of Jesus (Revelation 6:4).
I bind and rebuke every pale horse that would come against me in the name of Jesus (Revelation 6:8).
Take away the strength of the demonic horsemen in the name of Jesus (Job 39:19).
Let the horses be cut by Your power, O Lord (2 Samuel 8:4).
I am Your goodly horse in the day of battle (Zechariah 10:3).
“Prayers that Rout Demons : Prayers for defeating demons and overthrowing the powers of darkness”