Tabor ties a forehoof to a rear hoof. He lays staves on the Billy from the failed water barrel weighting them with rocks.
The Billy is subdued.
Tabor fashions a chicken wire collar that protrudes past the Billy’s schnozzle preventing him from passing through opportune fence breaches.
Tabor unfetters the Billy.
With self-assurance Tabor retires to a well-deserved slumber.
Morning exposes downed fence entangled with the chicken wire collar and the Billy long-gone.
A rage blinded Tabor personally embraces the umbrage