This character is the narrator of the book, which is his autobiography. He was a large well-bred black horse with one white foot and a white star mark on his forehead. He lived with many different masters throughout his life, experiencing everything from good homes and kind masters to cruelty and abuse.
This character was the narrator's mother. She told the narrator at a young age that he came from a family of fine breeding and to hold his head up, lift his feet when he trots, and to always be gentle.
This character was a plowboy who picked blackberries in the horse’s field. Sometime he would have “fun” with the colts by throwing sticks and rocks at them. The master hit this character in the head and then fired him for hurting and scaring the horses.
This character was the first...
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