1 – Night time. An establishing shot in front of large farmstead. A sign above the entrance road reads “MacDougall Farm”. There's a regular looking farmhouse. One of the lights is on. People can be seen within. Without, there are two men walking towards the house.
MAN 1: Long ride today.
CAPTION: I used to run with some pretty shady folk. Didn't think much of it.
2 – The “camera” has moved closer to the house, as have the two men. However, the panel isn't centred on the house, it's actually off to the side a bit. A barn is visible beyond it.
MAN 2: Worth it for that stallion.
CAPTION: Wasn't too great of a varmint myself.
3 – The camera has continued beyond the house, now centred squarely on said barn.
CAPTION: All that changed the day I found myself on the wrong side of Jonah Hex.
4 – Interior of the barn. A group of animals (cows, chickens, pigs, horses, etc.) crowd around a certain horse with some scar marks around its front legs (hint: it's the one you're thinking of). They all look quite astounded. The horse looks weary (or as weary as a horse can). The following word balloons don't have to be associated with any particular animal, it's mostly to represent how excited they are about this story.
ANIMAL 1: You don't say!
ANIMAL 2: What happened?
ANIMAL 3: What did he do to you?
5 – Close-up of the horse. He still looks weary, maybe even doubtful. No dialogue.
6 – Same panel as panel 5.
HORSE: You wouldn't believe me if I told you.
Yeah, this just happened. One day I might write a serious script again, but at this rate, don't count on it being anytime soon.