PICTURES: Much-loved horse Freddie saved from muddy ditch in Sheffield field 

Family owned horse Freddie.
Family owned horse Freddie.

Much-loved horse Freddie found himself in a sticky situation when he became bogged down in a muddy ditch in Sheffield. 

But thankfully firefighters from Elm Lane and Tankersley stations were on hand to rescue the stricken animal from the ditch in a field just off Thompson Hill in High Green. 

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His owners looked on as the crews managed to haul the horse out of trouble on Monday just before 6pm. 

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In a statement, the fire service said he was unhurt and manged to get out safe and well.

Freddie becomes stuck.

Freddie becomes stuck.

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