by Victor Bruno
Incarcerated in the stables of Princess Karina's Palace are the pony girls. Each has their own stall and their own trainers. Each is locked in a world of misery and virtual silence, for they are not allowed to speak and must act, eat, move and live as ponies, in and out of harness.
Here, in personal narrative style, are the stories of the trainers, their drivers and the pony girls themselves.