A tall chestnut mare with a nervous disposition. She has a white star, a fine body and legs, and a long tangled chestnut mane and tail. Not very hairy fetlocks.
Her owner, the local stock agent Wally Webster, is slightly dodgy, suspected of being in cahoots with cattle duffers. He uses Biscuit occasionally for cattlework, but mostly she just gets left in her paddock, neglected. If it wasn’t for the efforts of Bon and Sam, Biscuit would have died long ago. The girls have untangled her from fences, filled her empty water trough, taken off her poorly fitting headstall and generally loved her for as long as they can remember.
Wally Webster can never catch Biscuit and he lets the girls ride her in return for them catching her when he needs to ride her. She drives him crazy because she prances and jiggles continually when he rides her, although he likes this when he rides through the town, because it makes him look like a gun rider, which he’s not. Biscuit is far too brow-beaten to ever buck or rear. She never jiggles when the girls ride her, even though they double-dink bareback and go everywhere at a gallop. She loves the girls.