Darin Lewandowski, quoted by Sam Lowe in Phoenix Gazette
Two good ol' boys bought a couple of horses that they used to make some money during the summer. But when winter came, they found it cost too much to board them. So they turned the horses loose in a pasture where there was plenty to eat. "How will we tell yours from mine when we pick them up?" one guy asked.
"Easy," replied the second. "We'll cut the mane off mine and the tail off yours."
By spring, the mane and tail had grown back to normal length.
"Now what are we going to do?" asked the first.
"Why don't you just take the black one?" said the second. "And I'll take the white one."