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Talking Martian!



Requires a lot of imagination or some props to show that these guys are horses and a Martian.
Cast: 2 Horses, Martian, perhaps some costumes
Setting: Race Track

If necessary, explain that these are two horses and a Martian.

#1: You know, I had a bad day on the track today. My rider must have eaten a lot last night, because he was a lot heavier than usual, so my back got really tired and I almost tripped.

#2: I've had similar problems. My rider hits me in the side so much with his feet that I can't run because it hurts so much.

#1: Say, did you hear that the ugly mare is going to be entered into the grooming contest? The mane on that thing just doesn't compare to either of ours.

#2: You're right. Things in the racing world just don't seem to be fair to us horses.

Martian: You know, I could help you two out with your problems.

#1 & 2: Look! A talking Martian!


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