Winner

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Image Credit: Samantha Scholl

They knew it coming. The crowd grew in anticipation as each horse was competing against another. Nelson, Whitefield, Cotton,Rover,Sunday. The jockeys urged their horses to make it to the finish line first. Excitement grew in the air, and the crowd couldn’t contain it any longer.

As the crowd cheered for him,Whitefield toppled over the mark and won it for his owner.

They knew it coming.That was the last they saw of him. For many days now,unknown to all, he was suffering from a pain within.In unison, they stood,offering a final farewell, their pal, died a hero, a winner on the race course .

~100 words

Acknowledgements : Thank you Bikurgurl for running the challenge and Samantha Scholl for the photo.

The challenge is to write in about 100 words taking inspiration from the photo prompt.

For more details https://bikurgurl.com/2017/03/29/100-word-wednesday-week-12/?blogsub=confirmed#blog_subscription-3

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