Alan is a quiet, intense young man who has been arrested for blinding six horses in a frenzied
Start: That’s what you want to know, isn’t it? All right: it was. I’m talking about the beach. That time when I was a kid.
End: Just to watch their skins. The way their necks twist, and sweat shines on the folds… (Pause.) I can’t remember when it started. [...]
For full extended monologue, please refer to clips or the script edition cited here: Shaffer, Peter. Equus, Samuel French Inc., 1973, pp 39.