A horse that snored so loudly he could be heard two fields away has been cured by a special life-saving operation.
Rocky was giving his stable mates sleepless nights for months with his foghorn-like snoring.
No-one could understand why he snored until vets discovered a massive blockage up his nose, called a cyst, which they removed in an operation.
It's thought the cyst could have been life-threatening. The 12-year-old is now recovering from the op.
Rocky's owner, Eileen Gillen, runs a horse rescue centre. She said she first noticed Rocky had a problem when his nose started running and wouldn't stop.
She said: "The longer it went on, the louder his snoring got until it was really loud, like a foghorn.
"It was even happening when he was awake."
Nothing helped the noisy horse so Miss Gillen eventually called in the Royal School of Veterinary Studies in Edinburgh.
X-rays and scans revealed the problem in his nose and vets decided to operate on him.
Miss Gillen said: "He is now making a slow but sure recovery and the staff and animals at the centre are getting a much more peaceful night's sleep."