Section 2 – The thoroughfare, in front of the saloon
The Central Thoroughfare is outside from the Long Branch Saloon. The description of the Central Thoroughfare is "You find yourself in the busiest street of Dodge Town. Every day, hundreds of cows are driven through this street to the cattle market. The thoroughfare continues to the east and to the west.
Right now, you are standing in front of the Long Branch Saloon."
The printed name of the Central Thoroughfare is "The Thoroughfare".
The associated image of the central thoroughfare is "thoroughfare.jpg".
The front description of the saloon is "Like almost every building here, the saloon is made of wood. A large [veranda] provides shelter for customers that would rather sit outside. When you arrived here, you tied your [horse] to one of the [bars] in front of the veranda."
The veranda is scenery in the Central Thoroughfare. Some bars are scenery in the Central Thoroughfare.
The horse is in the Central Thoroughfare. The horse is an animal. The description of the horse is "Your horse (or technically: somebody else's horse) seems to be tired of the long ride from Abilene. You tied it down in front of the saloon's veranda so it could rest, eat and drink."
Understand "climb [horse]" as entering. Understand "climb on [horse]" as entering. Understand "get on [horse]" as entering.
Instead of entering the horse: say "Your horse is very tired. Going for a ride would not improve its condition. Besides, you are to get some dinner."