Rodeo and Juliet


Does it really matter?

My number one priority right now is getting

this place organized so I can sell it.

And I need your help.

Okay, what would

you like me to do?

Um, I would like you

to organize.

You can start by walking around here

and seeing if you can find any...

machinery or anything...

Saddles, tack.

I don't know what's out here.

Well, there's a horse

by the barn if that helps.


Oh, my gosh. I forgot,

you need to feed him.

What am I, the hired hand now?

No! No, honey!

Hired hands get paid.

Family works for free.

You're family.

Now, go feed the horse.

You're such a jerk.

[horse neighs]

Hey, boy!

What's your name?



Sorry, did I scare you?

Kinda, yeah! I thought we had

a talking horse on our hands.

I'm Nan. You must be the

girl from New York, right?

That would be me. I'm Juliet.

I've been looking after Rodeo

for the past few weeks.

My folks own the riding

stables up the road.

Well, it's nice

to meet you, Nan.

Nice shoes. Not real practical

around here, though.

Yeah! I don't really plan

on staying long.

Have you been around

horses before?

I did a little riding

in the city.

[clicks tongue]

Come here, Rodeo!

Here, boy!


He likes you.

There used to be a lot

of horses on this ranch.

Your grandfather trained and sold

horses, but Rodeo was his own.

I didn't know my grandfather.

So, what is it like to ride

a horse in New York City?

What is it like to do

anything in New York City?

I've always wanted to go there.

Well, it's basically

the opposite of here.


But at Christmas, it's, uh...

It's beautiful. It's all lit up.

Wow, that sounds really cool.

Yeah, don't remind me.

Speaking of Christmas, we're having

a barn dance tomorrow night.

You're welcome to come!

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