By Anna Sewell
This e-book describes the adventures, disappointments and joys of a really specific hose. As a tender colt, Black good looks gallops within the clean eco-friendly meadows together with his liked mom Duchess and their variety grasp. but if his vendors are pressured to promote him, he is going from a lifetime of freedom and happiness to 1 of labour. Bravely he works as not easy as he can, soreness by the hands of guys who deal with animals cruelly. yet Black attractiveness has an unbreakable spirit and a powerful will, and is decided to outlive.
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The new bit was very painful, and I reared up sud- dcnly, which angered him still more, and he began to flog me. I felt my whole spirit set against him, and I began to kick and plunge, and rear as I had never done before, and we had a regular fight; for a long time he stuck to the saddle and punished me crnelly with his whip and spurs, but my blood was thoroughly up, and I cared for nothing he could do if only I could get him off. At last after a terrible struggle, I threw him off backwards. I heard him fall heavily on the turf, and without looking behind me, I galloped off to the other end of the field; there I turned round and saw my persecutor slowly rising from the ground and going into the stable.
He gave me some very nice oats, he patted me, spoke kindly, and then went away. When I had eaten my oats, I looked round. In the stall next to mine stood a little fat gray pony, with a thick mane and tail, a very pretty head, and a pert little nose. I put my head up to the iron rails at the top of my box, and said, " How do you do ? what is your name ? " He turned round as far as his halter would allow, held up his head, and said, " My name is Merrylegs. I am very handsome, I carry the young ladies on my back, and sometimes I take our mistress out in the low chaise.
Then the other boy got up, and as soon as he began to use his stick I laid him on the grass, and so on, till they were able to understand, that was all. They are not bad boys; they don9t wish to be cruel. I like them very well; but you see I have to give them a lesson. When they brought me to James and told him, I think he was very angry to see such big sticks. " " No doubt you would," said Merrylegs ; " but then I am not quite such a fool (begging your pardon) as to anger our master or to make James ashamed of me ; besides, those children are under my charge when they are riding ; I tell you they are entrusted to me.