Braeburn's Windmill, re-title Braeburn and the Windmill for American audience, is the tenth episode of the seventh season of Spike the Dragon and Friends, and the one hundred and sixty-sixth episode overall. It is a parody of the Thomas and Friends episode, Toby's Windmill/Toby and the Windmill.
- Braeburn as Toby
- Hoity Toity as Sir Topham Hatt
- Caramel as Harvey (does not speak)
- Featherweight as Terence (does not speak)
- Spike as Thomas (cameo)
- Buzz Lightyear (from Toy Story) as Rheneas (cameo)
- Rex (from Toy Story) as Peter Sam (cameo)
- Apple Bloom as Annie (cameo)
- Sweetie Belle as Clarabel (cameo)
- Scootaloo as Henrietta (cameo)
- Gummy as Trevor (cameo)
- Score as George (cameo)
- Royal Riff as Butch (cameo)
- Everyone else as Themselves
Narrator: "There are many beautiful places in Ponyville. The animals love the pretty watermill, the peaceful canals and the castle on the lake.
Braeburn's favorite place is the old windmill. The windmill is worn. It cannot make much flower now. Braeburn loves to watch the sails go around. And the miller is his friend."
Miller: "Good morning, Braeburn."
Narrator: "One day, Braeburn was collecting a load of flour to take to the market. But he was so busy watching the windmill sails that he forgot to look where he was going.
All the flour was ruined, and the miller was upset."
Miller: "If I can't sell my flour, I'll have to shut down the windmill."
Braeburn: "I'm sorry."
Narrator: "Sighed Braeburn.
Caramel arrived to put the changelings back onto the path. Braeburn was sad."
Braeburn: "What will the miller do if the mill shuts down?"
Braeburn's Driver: "It's a shame."
Narrator: "Said his driver."
Braeburn's Driver: "But we must hurry, Braeburn. There's a storm on the way."
Narrator: "Braeburn couldn't sleep that night. It wasn't the thunder and lightning that kept them awake. He was still worrying about the miller. That stormy night, the old windmill was struck by lightning.
The next morning, Braeburn chuffed carefully along his route. The storm had torn trees from the ground and the farm buildings had been damaged. Then, Braeburn saw the most shocking sight of all."
Braeburn: "The windmill is broken!"
Narrator: "He cried."
Miller: "This means the end of my business."
Narrator: "Said the miller sadly."
Miller: "I can't afford the timber to make the repairs."
Narrator: "Braeburn really wanted to help."
Braeburn: "There must be a way."
Narrator: "Suddenly, his driver saw a fallen tree ahead. Caramel and Featherweight were clearing the path.
Hoity Toity was cross."
Hoity Toity: "This storm has caused confusion and delay. Remove this tree immediately!"
Narrator: "But Braeburn had an idea."
Braeburn: "Please, sir, the windmill has been broken. The wood from this tree can mend it, and make it work again."
Hoity Toity: "A splendid idea!"
Narrator: "Agreed Hoity Toity.
Breaburn proudly took the tree to the miller.
The miller was delighted."
Miller: "Now we can build our windmill back up again. It will be as good as new."
Narrator: "Braeburn watched as the work began.
It took a long time, but as last, the windmill was completed.
Hoity Toity was most impressed. The miller was grateful."
Miller: "Thank you, Braeburn. Your idea saved my windmill."
Narrator: "Braeburn beamed happily.
Now the windmill produces more flour than ever before, and Braeburn makes twice as many deliveries to the market. He never tires of watching the sails go around, and he is very proud that the miller now calls it 'Braeburn's Windmill'."