The two creatures stood silent while I spoke, seeming to listen with great attention, and when I had ended, they neighed
frequently towards each other, as if they were engaged in serious conversation.
"Nothing, no, nope, nix, none, noway, never!" neighed
nettlesome, night napping numbat Nancy.
"None dared to look!" neighed
the horse, with aplomb, "Except one nosy rascal; chap's name was Tom: And me and my Lady were the last things he saw.
Even his broad Mancunian accent ''I've never met a polo player with a northern accent, '' neighed
one filly didn't prove much of a liability.
According to legend, Darius was one of seven Persian princes who agreed that he should be king whose horse neighed
first; his was the first to do so when he tethered a mare near it.