The Count of Monte Cristo

What is the greater design in his procurement of the horses?

ch 30-33

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Dantes plays with Danglars' desire for money, by buying his wife's horses from him, not because he actually desires the horses, but because he wishes to win Danglars' wife favor. He does this by returning the horses to her.