Two Arab chiefs --- one kind to his horse --- the other, cruel --- a battle --- both chiefs wounded --- one horse removes his master from the battle-field --- the other kicks him to death --- Moral.
Once two Arab chiefs lived in a certain town. They had beautiful horses to ride on. One was very kind to his horse, but the other was very cruel towards his. Both happened to fight a battle against a certain king. They were riding their horses. They fought very bravely. But they were seriously wounded and fell down. The horse of the cruel master kicked him many times, and he died. But the horse of the kind master sat down beside him, on the ground, to help him ride on its back. Then it ran with him to the nearest hospital. His wounds healed up in a few days, and he returned home full of great joy.
Moral: As you sow, so shall you reap.