B- Hey Ranger, we're going to try some new food tonight.
R- New food is dangerous Beel. It can give you a belly ache.
B- LOTS of horses eat this food, Ranger. We call it "oats" and horses have eaten it for many, many years.
R- Lots of horses eat worm-paste too. And it is very bad.
B- Try some, buddy. You'll love it.
B- Ranger, TREAT!
R- You have a treat? I will eat a treat.
B- There you go, Ranger. I know you will only eat a little the first time, so that's all I brought.
R- It is a good treat Beel. I will have some more now.
B- Sorry, buddy. Only a cup full of oats. The rest is for the other two horses.
R- I will eat their oats. Oats is a good treat.
B- Now, you leave their bowls alone. You NEVER eat this much of a new food! We will give you more oats tomorrow.
R- The cold white is starting to fall from the sky Beel. I will starve and freeze if I do not get more oats treat.
B- Tomorrow, my friend. Fill up on hay tonight.
R- Okay Beel. You will know where to find my bony and frozen body when the sun comes home tomorrow.
B- If you're still alive in the morning, I'll get you some more oats. We'll make a plow horse out of you yet.
R- If plow horses eat oats treats I will learn.