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The horse hove past a foot from his face and went hammering down the bay and turned and stood breathing and stamping in the dark. Damn, he said. Bud? John Grady went limping past. What the hell are you doin? He hobbled on out of the lightfall. Billy stepped into the bay. You are a goddamned idjit, aint you? What in the hell is wrong with you? The horse began to run again. He heard it coming and knew it was coming but he’d no more than just got back inside the doorframe before it exploded into the space of light from the single bulb in his cubicle, running with its mouth open and its eyes like eggs in its head.

After a while he left and walked back to the bridge. * * * HE’D PROMISED MAC he wouldnt ride the horse again until his ankle was better. Sunday after breakfast he worked the animal in the corral and in the afternoon he saddled Bird and rode up into the Jarillas. Atop a raw rock bluff he sat the horse and studied the country. The flooded saltflats shining in the evening sun seventy miles to the east. The peak of El Capitan beyond. All the high mountains of New Mexico paling away to the north beyond the red plains, the ancient creosote.

Mac came out and pulled back the chair opposite and sat and dragged the heavy glass ashtray forward from among the bottles of ketchup and hotsauce and laid his cigar in the ashtray and took a sip of the coffee. He nodded toward John Grady’s left hand. John Grady opened his hand, he set the pawns on the board. I’m white again, said Mac. Yessir. He moved his pawn forward. JC came in and got a cup of coffee from the stove and came to the table and stood. Set down, said Mac. You’re makin the room untidy.

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