What a day I have had! It began with a special hay net (she stole the idea from a lady on the internet) and I made short work of it I can tell you.
Then she made me pose in my new headcollar, which was a present from Aberystwyth University. I have friends in high places you know – well, north places anyway – and I speak to them on Twitter. The colour was NOT my choice – maybe I will be an ambassador for a blue sort of university next time.
I spent most of the day outside – which is what I like doing mostly. I am allowed out when the winter weather is mild, but not when it is freezing. At 4 pm my guests arrived! as well as the staff, Tawny and Bramble came:
Not to mention Winston and William, the stable yard cats!
It was time for my cake, which I shared with Bramble and Tawny. Look at me blowing out the candle!
It was a yummy cake made of apple and carrots, so we all enjoyed it while the staff ate something called mince pies (what?):
When they got around to the mulled wine, I thought I had better see what they were up to, and I tried some
We have a party for my birthday each year. It doesn’t mark the day I was born, but the day my new life began. I am a second-chance pony and my first life was not too happy. I can’t remember a thing about it now, but she says people shouldn’t forget what happens when owners don’t understand the kind way to keep a pony like me.
If you would like to see what happened to me, please follow this link. And if you ever see a pony in poor condition, do something – please.