Sadie sees Lucky as more than a horse, but also as her friend
Sadie sees her horse as a possession
Sadie is afraid of her horse
Sadie is indifferent to her horse
"Sadie rode Lucky in the outdoor arena, schooled him over small jumps, and worked on her equitation skills."
"She thought back to her first day on Lucky when the big blue heron had swooped down, and realized how far they had come together."
"Perhaps because there were no other riders in the barn, Sadie felt a tinge of loneliness."
"[Sadie] was relieved that she had her best friend, Lucky, right there."
The storm caused Lucky to freeze and refused to keep moving.
Lucky became very aggressive towards Sadie
Lucky became more and more nervous and afraid.
The storm had little impact on Lucky.
"Then she remembered seeing an old abandoned deer stand on the trail."
"The sky darkened even more, rain pelted them, and the wind howled. Sadie regretted going out on the trail alone now."
"Sadie stood still and comforted Lucky, at the same time comforting herself."
"Sadie continued forward, picking up the pace because she wasn’t sure how long Lucky could keep his cool."
"Thinking she was on a familiar path, she turned back to Lucky to calm him and tell him they were almost there"
"Sadie looked back to ensure Lucky was okay. His eyes were wide, his nostrils flared, but he looked at Sadie as if he trusted her."