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When I entered high school I was living five miles in the country, and my folks had to furnish my transportation to school. I rode my horse Gunny back and forth to school each day.
This day it had rained and then rained some more and was still raining when Gunny and I started home. I was letting Gunny walk down the wagon tracks and the tracks made by the few cars that came along, because it was so much easier for him.
I noticed a car coming along, so led Gunny out of the track and over by the fence, thinking we would just wait there till the car passed. Something must have startled Gunny, and he jumped right in front of the car, and of course the car hit him. He trembled but did not fall down.
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