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The Little Brat’s Sweet And Sassy

Chapter 480 - You Must Have Mistaken Me For Someone Else

Chapter 480: You Must Have Mistaken Me For Someone Else

Translator: EndlessFantasy Translation Editor: EndlessFantasy Translation

Her voice was very soft, as if it would disappear with the wind in the next moment.

However, the people standing beside her had all heard it.

Old Master Gu’s expression was shocked, and he subconsciously asked, “Ah Qing, who are you calling?”

His voice was trembling slightly.

Gu Siyang was standing on her right. He was momentarily stunned when he heard it, and his eyes immediately followed her line of sight.

In the horse racing area, a figure dressed in a red riding suit was particularly eye-catching.

She held the reins with one hand and swung the whip with the other. Her slender legs clamped down on the horse’s belly, and the vigorous cyan-colored horse began to gallop rapidly.

Her posture was straight as she sat on the horse’s back. She was slender and lean, and she exuded a valiant aura all over her body.

“That is–”

Gu Tingfeng also appeared to be momentarily lost in his thoughts when he saw that figure.

Gu Siyang came back to his senses and supported Old Madam Gu. With a complicated expression on his face, he said, “Grandma, you’re mistaken. That’s not Fourth Aunt.”

His words made Old Master Gu and Gu Tingfeng sober up.

That’s right. How could it be her?

However, Old Madam Gu was very stubborn.

Her eyes were red as she said, “It’s my Yinyin. Look, she’s riding a horse again. My Yinyin, how could I be mistaken?”

As she spoke, she walked toward the stairs at the side, intending on going down to the horse racing area.

“Yinyin is back. Why didn’t any of you tell me?”

She muttered, her originally graceful and slow steps gradually becoming more hurried.

Gu Siyang went over to stop her.

“Grandma, it’s not easy to walk down there. Please don’t go over.”

They were now in the grandstand area and down the stairs was the horse racing area.

Dust flew everywhere as the horses galloped.

Old Madam Gu was wearing a qipao and was getting on in years. How could she walk down such a path?

However, Old Madam Gu, who had always been gentle and delicate, was now being exceptionally stubborn.

She had made up her mind to go over. So even though Gu Siyang was attempting to stop her, he was not successful.


Gu Siyang was afraid that she would fall, so he quickly caught up with her.

He held Old Madam Gu tightly again. He looked back worriedly as he watched over her carefully.

Old Master Gu closed his eyes and suppressed the bitterness in his heart.

Gu Tingfeng said, “Dad, I’ll go and take a look.”

Old Master Gu opened his eyes. His expression seemed to have become much more haggard.

“Let me go too.”

As he spoke, he followed.

Gu Tingfeng frowned. He did not think this was a good decision.

However, since Old Madam Gu had already gone over, there was really nothing he could do.

He could only follow along.

Ning Li ran a lap.

At first, this cyan-colored horse was indeed not very cooperative. However, the more she rode it, the more obedient it became.

It was not as hard to train as the horse trainer had said.

Yu Pingchuan watched from the side and could not help but give Ning Li a thumbs up.

“Ah Li, beautiful!”

The horse trainer beside him was a little stunned.

This horse… ? When did its temper become so good?

Before this, it was not that no one had taken a fancy to it. However, no one had been able to get on its back.

It would always start making a ruckus as soon as it was touched, trying its best to throw people off.

Even the horse trainer who had been feeding it for a long time could only lead it most of the time, without being able to get on its back.

Ning Li was about to run another lap when she suddenly heard a voice filled with anticipation and joy from behind her:

“… Yinyin?”

Ning Li hesitated for a moment.

This voice seemed to be… shouting at her?

She turned her head back to look.

A young girl dressed in red riding clothes sat on the horse, holding the reins in her hands. She turned her head back to look.

That beautiful, clean, and extremely young face entered her sight.

Old Madam Gu was suddenly stunned.

At this moment, it was as if thousands of words had gathered in her chest, but she did not know where to begin. She only felt stifled and uncomfortable.

Her qipao was stained with dust, and her neatly combed hair was somewhat disheveled. She looked like she was in a hurry.

However, she could not care about these things. All that was left in her eyes was the person in front of her, this face.

Her lips moved, and the light in the bottom of her eyes gradually disappeared.

It was very similar, it was clearly very similar!

The back was so similar, the nose, the corners of her lips were so similar, and the pointy chin was so similar…

Especially when she was riding on the horse, it was exactly the same as the picture in her memory!


Ning Li, who was sitting on the horse, was a little stunned when she saw this scene.

Of course, she knew Gu Siyang, but the Old Madam he was supporting… was very unfamiliar.

However, judging from her exquisite qipao and the jade bracelet on her wrist, it was not difficult to guess her identity.

This had to be Old Madam of the Gu family.

Sure enough, the horse trainer next to her stepped forward and asked respectfully,

“Old Madam Gu, Why are you here?”

He was a little fearful.

Although Old Madam Gu also came to the horse races, she rarely appeared over here.

Now, not only did she come, but she also looked very anxious. He really didn’t know why…

However, Old Madam Gu merely stared at Ning Li in a daze, as if she had lost her soul.

Ning Li got off the horse.

She pulled the reins and took a step forward. She met Old Madam Gu’s gaze and asked tentatively, “You… Were you calling me just now?”

The young girl’s voice was clear and melodious, but it was not as soft and sweet as she remembered.

Old Madam Gu looked at her as if she wanted to say something. There were many emotions hidden in her eyes that Ning Li could not understand.

Ning Li frowned slightly.

The cyan-colored horse next to her raised its leg as if it wanted to throw a tantrum.

Ning Li turned her head to look at it, stroked its head, and then rubbed its furry ears.

“Be good.”

The cyan-colored horse’s temper was restrained, and it gently bumped into her shoulder, acting coquettishly.

Ning Li could not help but laugh.

She then looked at Old Madam Gu and asked, “You must have mistaken me for someone else. My name is Ning Li, not Yinyin.”

Old Madam Gu’s tears instantly fell.