Known to all the other horses as Chocko, is a dressage horse. She is a thoroughbred, a beautiful dark brown with a small white star and one white sock. She has a small, fine, intelligent head, and a long elegant arched neck. She has a smooth, rounded body and long, fine, straight legs, with a shiny neat mane and thick trimmed tail.
Chocko is a real fat cat, calm, lazy and contented. She knows she’s on a good wicket. Her accommodation is first class. Her owner, Cheryl Smythe-Tyght, eats, sleeps and breathes dressage, and nothing is too good for her “sweetie”. Chocolate Charme sleeps in a stable lined with fragrant sandalwood, eats only the finest grains and grasses, has a whole wardrobe of matching named ‘clothes’ - rugs and accessories (e.g. headstall, leg bandages, fly veil, horse rug), and gets ferried about in a luxurious horsefloat that is colour-co-ordinated with Cheryl’s aubergine range rover. Their property, on the edge of town, has white post and rail fences and a sand ménage (dressage arena). There’s not a blade of grass out of place. Bonnie and Sam love Cheryl’s place, it’s their dream to have a horse property like this. They’d live above the stables if it was theirs.