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Do You See What I See
 By Winniefield Park   •   27th Dec 2019   •   240 views   •   0 comments


Itís always great to see everyone getting into the holiday spirit, but one farmer may be a bit off the mark if he thinks his pony is dancing to Frosty the Snowman. A Christmas tree grower tweeted that locals should come and see his pony Pepper dancing to the holiday tune. But, take a closer look at what is being called dancing. Pepper is either weaving or is very itchy. And whatís going on with the ponyís hooves? Ponies arenít supposed to be wearing elf slippers. Hopefully they get the message that Pepperís health should be taken care of and hopefully Santa sends a farrier his way very soon.
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