This will be the number two definition of Horsebone, and the only reason I am writing it is that the first definition is so, so, sooooo bad that the person who defined it should be hunt down and shot--sort of The Six Million Dollar Horse that limped out. Everyone should go out of their way to pan this dumb horse story. Horses are noble. This bastard has humiliated the noble horse and deserves to live in infamy. Give him neg after neg until he chokes on the rejection, friends, you among us who love and admire the great magician Fabulous Horsebone, who could take off his cape, throw it up in the air, and as it came down a beautiful white thoroughbred stallion would appear from thin air. Now that's a story.
One day Horsebone the Magician was passing through Durango, Colorado and he was requested to perform his magic at the Strater Hotel at the Nellybelle Saloon. While performing a poor man stood up and asked, "Horsebone, could you give me some income property?" Horsebone with a wave of his cape around the stage of the saloon said "Abracadabra," and 15 beautiful sensual young women filled up the stage, and the poor man walked off with them and has been happy ever since. Hmmm, not so sure if that one is clear.