I think the guy is ready to go hunting and the dogs are anxious to run.
He's going into the woods and tell the dogs to hunt the foxes.
I'm pretty sure it takes place in a forested area in the U.K. - in England.
The man's name is Sir Frederick Lotsomoney. He was seven years old when he learned to ride a horse by himself.
I'm sure he fell off sometime - when they started to put more attention to the whole picture and not the boy and his horse.
Sir Frederick Lotsomoney is thinking, "I can't wait to run through the meadow and have the dogs with me."
The horse's name is Sonja and she is thinking, "I wish they would start soon because I get nervous about all the dogs and all the barking."
Sir Frederick looked at the sky this morning and it was cloudy but he said, "I'm going anyway; I'm in charge of my life." Now he's thinking, "How can I control these dogs and where are the other gentlemen?"
These are hunting dogs and they look anxious like they want to get going. They are thinking, "Let's go because if we have to wait any longer I'm going to bite my way out."
The dog standing up above all the others is named Jackie. She saying to herself, "I wish I would set up there with that guy on the horse. I'm tired already!"
Those dogs are daschunds and their names are Fido, Albert, Fikkie, Bud, Johanna and Philomena.
The dogs are saying, "woof woof woof."
There is a thick, hairy smell in the air and dog farts.
The building behind them is a huge castle. The people inside are governing the country. They are thinking, "We wish Sir Frederick was done because we need him to be supervisor of construction."
Sir Frederick looks very determined - he's thinking, "Even if the dogs don't run after me, I'll go anyway, because my horse is determined to go!"