Black Beauty

Farmer Gray was the kindest master in the world. He was proud of me, and called me Black Beauty. I had a white spot on my forehead and one white foot. He trained me to puul a carriage. Then I learn to wear a saddle and carry a rider on my back. On day, Famer Gray said. A good horse like do not live on fram. So you will be going to live with Squire Gordon and his family. I was very sad to leave my mother and my home . However, when I saw my masters I knew I would be happy whith them. They lived in a big mansion and welcomed me warmly. Mrs Gordon was pale and ill, but she smiled when she saw me. The groom who looked after the stables was Jhon Manly. He loved horses. He introduced me to Merrylegs, the children s pny, Ginger, and old mare. She was not a bad horses, but had been illtreated in the past.

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1. What did Black Beauty learn from Farmer Gray? - Pulling a carriage 2. Why was the horse sad to leave farmer Gray? - It loved Farmer Gray 3. He trained me to pull a rider on my black. (paragraph 1) What does the underlined word mean? - Taught

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