15
Jun
09

Bonk!


During the Bramham International Horse Trials in Wetherby, West Yorkshire, UK, Faith Cook was riding her faithful steed, Nagor de la Roche when, at the final water jump they suffered a minor set-back.

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Nagor, the horse, was uninjured but Cook, who was competing in the Under-25 division was taken to a nearby hospital, although it is too early to say if she’ll make a full recovery.

[Daily Mail]


2 Responses to “Bonk!”


  1. 1 shatraw
    June 15, 2009 at 3:22 pm

    “bonk!”

    GOLD!

    “although it is too early to say if she’ll make a full recovery”

    HILARIOUS!

  2. 2 Mattraw
    June 15, 2009 at 7:06 pm

    Three questions:

    1. Where’s her head?

    2. Why does the horse have a checkerboard on its hind leg?

    3. Is the horse related to Adam and Andy?


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