So what do you think
about all this, Charlie? Come on, come on! What do you mean? Working the backside, being here in the asshole of nowhere. I like working the horses. What’s this one’s name? Lean On Pete. Here’snumber six,
Lean On Pete. He won, right? Yes. Look, if we’re gonna
be working together, you gotta get some manners. And you gotta chew your food. What does your mom say? I don’t know, I don’t know her. Well, does your
dad have any manners? I don’t know, I guess
I haven’t really noticed. You gonna be okay on your own today? Yeah. Did your mom leave you or something? Yeah. Hey Pete, how you doing? Can’t get attached to the horse. Why not? They’re here to race
and nothing else. Lean On Pete finished last. Listen kid, things are changing. What do you mean? I’m selling him. He’s not a pet, he’s just a horse. I’ll buy him. With what money? And where you gonna keep him? Not in my stalls. Come on, Pete. I’m gonna get us out of here. My horse needs water, do
you mind if I get some? Who’s there? It’s a kid with a horse. Give me my money! I’m sorry Charlie, but I need to call someone for you. Just give me a number. There is nobody. Charlie! When you don’t have anywhere else to go, you’re kinda stuck. Do you guys think I could
get a job around here? Yeah, there’s a lot of
jobs for homeless kids. I’m not homeless. So you’re a runaway?
No. Okay Charlie,
where are your parents? You gonna get on him next? He’s not for riding.