Mrs. Borgomon is a mother appearing in the series, Dragons: Rescue Riders.
Mrs. Borgomon asks the Rescue Riders for help searching for her young son, Finngard, in "Where There's Smoke". He goes missing multiple times a week, just so he can get dragon rides. Mrs. Borgomon does not want to accept that explanation, however. She is so thankful for them finding her son, that she gives Cutter a kiss on the cheek.
Mrs. Borgomon found her son stuck in a tree in "Furious Fun" and calls for help. The Rescue Riders arrive and Aggro pulled her son out of the tree. Later she found a dragon book under her son's bed and approached the Riders about it. Leyla suggested holding a Dragon Day event for Finngard the next day. She and her son, along with other villagers, watch the dragons display their talents.
In "Mecha-Menace", Mrs. Borgomon, along with the rest of the villagers, watched Haggis see his shadow, meaning that spring had officially begun. She was present when Magnus Finke revealed his Mechano-Dragon and acclaimed the man for his invention. Later that night, Mrs. Borgomon watched the firework show made by the Rescue Riders.
In "Summer Holiday", Mrs. Borgomon was happy to see Finngard when the Rescue Riders brought him home after a dangerous mission. She then took her soon inside the house.
In "Hot, Hot, Hot", Mrs. Borgomon witnessed Magnus introducing his second Mechano-Dragon in front of the village. She laughed at the man when Dak reminded her how the last invention ended up destroyed and applauded the Rescue Riders when they saved Magnus from falling into a well.
Mrs. Borgomon is a stout woman in her prime with bright blonde hair pulled back in a bun, away from her icy grey-blue eyes. She wears a simple dusty rose shift belted with rope, and leggings underneath.
Mrs. Borgomon seems to be a very open and trusting individual. She also seems to give people the benefit of the doubt, especially her young son, Finngard.
Mrs. Borgomon loves her son dearly, and worries non-stop when he is not within eyesight. She believes he is a good little boy, and overlooks his mischief, such as getting lost just so the dragons can find him and give him a ride.
Despite initial misgivings of having dragons in town, Mrs. Borgomon has no qualms asking the Rescue Riders for help finding her son on multiple occasions. She even thanks the dragons themselves, kissing Cutter on the cheek and hoping he understands her appreciation.
|Rescue Riders, Season 1|
|1. "The Nest":||Background||8. "Bad Egg":||Absent|
|2. "Deep Trouble":||Absent||9. "Home Alone":||Absent|
|3. "Boo to You":||Absent||10. "Slobber Power":||Absent|
|4. "Where There's Smoke":||Appears||11. "Crash Course":||Absent|
|5. "Heavy Metal":||Absent||12. "Furious Fun":||Appears|
|6. "Iced Out":||Absent||13. "Grumblegard, Part 1":||Absent|
|7. "Sick Day":||Absent||14. "Grumblegard, Part 2":||Absent|
|Rescue Riders, Season 2|
|1. "Double Finked":||Absent||7. "Hot, Hot, Hot":||Background|
|2. "Divewings":||Absent||8. "High Anxiety":||Absent|
|3. "Mecha-Menace":||Background||9. "King Burple":||Absent|
|4. "Summer Holiday":||Background||10. "Charged Up":||Absent|
|5. "Treasure Riders":||Absent||11. "Belly Flop":||Absent|
|6. "Puff Enuf":||Absent||12. "Game of Horns":||Absent|