Once upon a time, in a magical pony place called My Barn Child, located in the mystical land of Booth # 2611, lived a herd of tiny horses. Their manes may be made of yarn and their bellies full of stuffing, but their buttons eyes gleam in the fluorescent lights overhead and they hang in their herd waiting for someone to love and take them home. One little sock pony, as this herd was aptly dubbed, was chestnut in color and sported a long flaxen mane and white nose … and she dreamed of big things beyond the paddocked grids of her homeland.
Lucky she was, for her cute self was selected (by the princess of My Barn Child) to be the new mascot for this strange new thing (of which she had never head of) called The Eloquent Equine. Removed from the grid she had always known, the nameless chestnut pony prepared for a new adventure … and she didn’t remain nameless for long!
Granted the name Lola by a user in the mystical land Twitter, this magical little pony found herself imbued with new energy as she began her quest around the Royal Winter Fair.
These are her adventures:
What will Lola get up to next? (who knows, anything is possible!)
P.S. Stay tuned for more of Lola’s adventures at the Royal and follow her around the fair via The Eloquent Equine (@eloquentequine) on Twitter!