*: "Well," said John, "I dont believe there is a better pair of horses in the country, and right grieved I am to part with them, but they are not alike; the black one is the most perfect temper I ever knew; I suppose he has never known a hard word or a blow since he was foaled, and all his pleasure seems to be to do what you wish...
*: Ay, thats a colt indeed, for he doth nothing but / talk of his horse, and he makes it a great appropriation to / his own good parts that he can shoe him himself.
*: Never talk ont: / She hath been colted by him.
*: What a plague mean ye to colt me thus?
*: They shook off their bridles and began to colt.