The Horsemen are the supporting antagonists of The Return of Jafar, the 1994 sequel of the 1992 animated Disney film, Aladdin. They are a team of demonic winged horses with cloaked wicked riders summoned by Jafar to kidnap the Sultan and frame Aladdin for the supposed murder of the Sultan.
After being stranded by his former henchmen Iago and freed by Abis Mal, Jafar plots to have Aladdin killed in revenge for his previous defeat. However, Jafar learns that he can't kill Aladdin with his powers due to being a genie, so he teams up with Abis Mal, who agrees to him get revenge on Aladdin.
As Iago tries to make amends with Aladdin and his friends, Jafar decides to take the opportunity by coercing Iago into leading Aladdin and the Sultan into a trap. After detaining Genie and Abu, Jafar sends over Abis Mal and a group of cloaked horsemen to ambush Aladdin and the Sultan.
Aladdin goes after the horsemen to save the Sultan, but ends up falling into a river before clinging on to a rock. Eventually Abis Mal pushes Aladdin off the rock into a waterfall, but one of the horsemen uses magic to keep Aladdin from meeting his death. Aladdin then gently floats over the deadly rocks and is dropped into safer water. All the horsemen then disappeared as Jafar feels that he has no use of them while Abis Mal berates him for saving Aladdin, but Jafar reminds Abis Mal of the plan on framing Aladdin for the supposed death of the Sultan.
Fortunately for Aladdin, Iago manages to free Genie to save Aladdin from being executed and kill Jafar by throwing Jafar's lamp into a lake of magma.