24.10.14

Major sighting at Loch Ness turns out to be m̶o̶n̶s̶t̶e̶r Rehomed Horse ...





Well, here it is at last.  I can reveal my closely guarded secret.  My owner is very proud of me and wanted to share this with all my equine friends.  Don't tell anyone, but it took a whole day to get me looking this clean for the cameras!  I hope you all enjoy it

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  1. Wow real life film star. You scrub up well. My human has just become a member of WWW. Look out for her next year she is visiting your area xx

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    1. Zoe, get your human to bring you, too, then we can go out for a walk together :)

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    2. I NEVER get to go anywhere. It's so unfair. xx

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  2. Over the moon for you both....so deserved ;)

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  3. How lovely for you, well done.

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  4. Wow look at that coat and mane, one handsome boy. How lovely for you.
    Can I have a signed photograph please Major now you are famous x :-)

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  5. Ann, Major is considering writing an 'alternative' article that will describe the day from his view point! Watch this space .......

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  6. Well done! That was a great film. He really is a star. I think the welfare people would just keep the ponies who do have problems, and only release the ones who were reliable, so really people shouldn't worry at all about that. It's lovely to see moving pictures of Major. He is clearly a very happy and relaxed animal.

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