A horse stuck in a pond needed 16 firefighters to pull her out.
Five crews from three fire stations were dispatched to help on Thursday morning when Tango, who is 32, became stuck in a pond in Mutford in Suffolk.
Neil Henderson, watch manager at Red Watch Lowestoft South fire station, said the rescue took “a lot of hard work”.
He told the East Anglian Daily Times: “We put a special rescue harness under the horse to do a forward drag.
“We then put the strops around Tango and connected a 60-metre general purpose line.
“On the word go, we pulled her and she came out like a cork out of a bottle on to the bank.”
Mr Henderson said she was back to herself within about 10 minutes.
“It puts a smile on our faces when we have a job like that and we have a successful outcome,” he said.