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Blackie and Fofo are horses in the same stable. Blackie has recently arrived, and is put out by Fofo's constant talking. Blackie is a well-mannered horse who has come from the fine stables of a prince and princess. The prince was an enthusiast of the noisy kinds of carriages that spew smoke and move on their own and when the princess who loved the horses became ill and could no longer leave her chair, the prince had gotten rid of Blackie and the other horses in the stable, despite the entreaties of the head groom, Giuseppe.

Now Blackie was in this new stable, with the irritating Fofo. The stable is nice, but not as nice as the prince's. He is not sure exactly where he is, but there are 20 other horses there, all black like him. Fofo begins to fill him in.

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