During the eighteenth century, times were hard for Cora Thatcher’s parents and they were forced to sell their fine horse, Starlight. Charles Beaufort, a wealthy landowner, bought the horse for his spoilt daughter, Clarissa. Because no-one else could handle the horse, except Cora, she was “bought” too. Although the valuable horse was well fed and tended, life was grim for Cora.
- No-One Cares for Cara – Bunty: ? – #1380 (23 June 1984)