Storm, the Runaway Pony!!!

by Chloe
(England)

One day, when I was at school, my friend Megan and I were walking out of the school at home-time, together. Megan had horseriding and I wanted to go and watch her. I quickly went to ask my mum but she said, "Not if Sharon's not ok with it."

At that moment in time Megan was walking away with her mum and little sister, Hannah. I was thinking, "oh, great." I was at the fence, while my mum was chatting to a friend, and I was petting a big black laborador called Charlie.

Megan's mum said that I could go to watch Megan while she was horseriding and Megan ran down to me at the fence and said that I could go with her. I ran over to my mum and told her then I said "bye!!" because Megan was running a bit late.

When we got there, Megan was riding her fave pony, Magic. After the lesson we had to catch this REALLY tricky pony called Storm but he kept running away from us. His owner soon came in to help us but he needed lots and lots and lots and LOTS of encouragement. When his owner finally caught him, he wasn't very happy and tried to run away again.

When he had his lead rope on and we were in the car on the way home, he started eating the grass and the little girl that was holding him couldn't control him and Megan said "Should I go and help her?" but Sharon said no. When I got home I told my mum AAAALLLLLL about Storm.

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Nov 05, 2008
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Me too
by: PoNY LUvEr

Storm is like my pony Bonnie.
She wouldn't let me catch
her at all. We would try
for hours. But a horse
called Greggy moved in
and she hated him. because
he was always biting her.
So she would start letting
me catch her because she
wanted to get away from
him. LOL.

Aug 19, 2008
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Hi Chloe!
by: Christina

Hi Chloe! How are you? Storm sounds like a really funny pony! You should write more stuff about him! I loved this story! Thanks so much for posting it!

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