By Hans Ebert
He wasn’t the slowest runner amongst the other horses so much as he did not understand the reason for all the running around. Was this what life was going to be all about?
Some of the older horses saw him as spoiled and arrogant while his younger friends thought that though a handsome young colt full of confidence, he was just not good enough. They were used to seeing him come in last during the trials that were used to get horses ready for the big races. And in the races where he would run, Stargazer seemed preoccupied.