The gangly little foal is rescued by horse farmer Nolan Walsh, who takes him home to his young daughter Channing. Did you really think that you could beat a trained professional? By the way, the horses that won every year were the ones that we trained. Please note that only a subset of the message syntax is supported for messages. I'm not even a regular horse. Okay, adjust for the wind.
Put the marshmallows back on. And-And, your horse wins, I'll. I'm just a Kentucky gal who loves watching thoroughbreds racing at the top of their game. What do you know, you little nobody? I want you to just look straight ahead. All that's got to fall away. Mind you, I got nothing against chickens. He's got about as much chance to race as me.
But, Tucker, I do kind of feel sick to my stomach. He's not by the creek either. I'm not even breaking a sweat yet. Come on, Goose, use the Force. Let's get him some blankets and warm milk.
I feel like there's something you're not telling me. And even if I could, I mean. Tucker, you ol' rail rat, I might've known you'd be behind this. Well, well, I'm surprised you showed up. Come out here and meet our guest. You and I will talk about this later. Walk him away from the gate.
You know I don't like the idea of animals in cages. Let me tell you something. I'm not really a racehorse. She told me to Walk this way. All the way back to General Trenton, who won the first Kentucky Open a hundred years ago. Just say what you mean, Franny. Once a year, there's a big race to see who's the best of the best.
That makes five birds in one. Now, listen, to rescue Sandy, we all have to work together. It keeps me from running. We should probably call a zoo, and. It was the horse with the funny hair.
You got a jack there? Hey, kid, what's your problem? Let's give one more shot at it. Instead of hitting Freddie the Flamingo like I was supposed to, I hit Sammy's capo, Johnny Storkanado. I left it right where it was this morning. When you do it for love, you've already won. That coat is simply dreadful.
I won this race, my daddy won it. Well, unfortunately, I don't race nobodies. That's right, that right, 'cause I want your world to be silent. Worth it, I got a chance to work with some mighty fine horses. Uh, uh, just unlucky, I guess.