Exalted son, I liked very much ‘Gūlshan-rawán’, the fat horse you have sent me for riding. He has a graceful gait, a mane, a fine form and all the equestrian qualities. You are much pleased with often riding on ‘Nilūfar’ and ‘Chawá-chandan’ (two horses). I send you a Turkey horse, called ‘Khūsh-kharám’ and ‘Sabá-raftá’ (another horse), presented to me by Amánat Khán*, and trained under the supervision of Alláh Yár Khán. But the miser head groom sheds tears (and says) “Why does Your Majesty give away (such) fine horses”? Notwithstanding, I will send them to you.