A Horse eats a carrot, and says to himself, I bet I can see in the dark?
Unexpectedly he rushes outside at night, with his rider, and says to himself, I can see hardly anything but the moon.
Once exercised, he returns to the stable.
He at once, waking from a slumber, decides to untether his rope and go outside to see if he can see in the dark. Alas not.
He wishes for another carrot.
He returns to his stable, and there before his eyes, in the haze is another carrot. He eats it leaving the green stalk on the floor, and again rushes outside.
For there infront of him is a golden horse with wings.
He says, hello golden horse, how are you?
And the Golden horse replies, if only I had a carrot.
Of course the Golden horse does have a carrot.
He says to Charlie, the horse who befriends him:
'let's go under the tree, to eat a carrot, just us, just you and me!'
'For let's go under the tree, to eat a carrot, just us, just you and me.'