The great Horsegate drama between late-night personalities David Letterman and Conan O’Brien took another twist on Thursday when the “Conan” host advanced the equine mix-up.“When you sent him [the horse] to me, I had no idea he was a ‘rental,'” O’Brien said in a video message to Letterman.“These things happen all the time … when one man sends another man a horse,” he added.Also Read: Conan O'Brien Lands on the 'Wonder Woman' Island of Amazons, Madness Ensues (Video)Dave the Horse actually looked pretty happy — complete with Letterman-style beard — as he chilled out next to the TBS host at his stables.
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