Angry and Offended
Cheerful and Welcoming
Upset and Helpful
Happy and Safe
She ran away to him.
Her owner gambled too much and had to sell her to pay people back.
Nat Sime offered to pay so much for her that Sir Cedric had to sell her because he couldn't resist that amount of money.
She was injured so badly in the race that she would never be able to run again and was only fit for pulling carts.
The farrier visited her and groomed her and dressed her sores.
She received love and attention from the Revere children.
She was given silver horseshoes.
She received enough food.
He made them silver platters to eat on every day.
He drew cartoons for them to keep them amused.
He gave them horseback riding lessons on Sherry.
He helped those mistreated by the British army to get away and begin a new life.
To show the British they did not approve of their taxes.
To make the harbor smell better.
To have a fun excuse to dress up as "Indians."
To prove to the officers in the British army that the patriots were serious.
She realized she wanted to be free from British rule, just like the patriots.
She was scared by what Ajax said to her.
She was kicked too hard by Revere and ran because she was startled.
She didn't want to see them at all and was ashamed that she was with a patriot, not a British soldier.
With the help of some skunks.
She kicked a few of the officers and they let her go since she was so unruly.
She pretended to die on the road.
She walked too slowly that the troops left her behind.