's fidgety," he added, nodding towards the horse-box, before which they were standing, and from which came the sound of restless stamping in the straw.
Jog along, black mare
. She was a great housekeeper, but most awful mean.
Scarcely had the yellow man spoken, when he interrupted himself, and though he seemed weary enough before, continued his journey at a pace which would have kept the pedlar's mare
on a smart trot.
In the middle was a large rack, with angles answering to every partition of the manger; so that each horse and mare
ate their own hay, and their own mash of oats and milk, with much decency and regularity.
Of course, the short cut was the long way round; and it was nearly dark when that unlucky mare
and I saw the single street of Yea.
He had soon caught him up again, for Agamemnon's mare
Aethe kept pulling stronger and stronger, so that if the course had been longer he would have passed him, and there would not even have been a dead heat.
"In truth," replied he on the mare
, "I would not pass you so hastily but for fear that horse might turn restive in the company of my mare
A shilling of it is in case of accidents--the mare
casting a shoe, or the like of that.
"'Blow me," says Tom Smart; and the mare
neighed as if she were precisely of the same opinion.
Then they's at least fifty acres I could run my brood mares
on, pasture mixed up with trees and steep places and such.
Edmund, who had taken down the mare
and presided at the whole, returned with it in excellent time, before either Fanny or the steady old coachman, who always attended her when she rode without her cousins, were ready to set forward.
At Umballa I carried the news of the bay mare
's pedigree.' After what he had seen in the garden, he was not going to write of white stallions.