Welcome to The Week's "What Next?" contest, an invitation to test your powers of imagination with challenges inspired by current events.

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Last week's question: Justin, a horse from Indiana, uses his mouth to hold a brush and make abstract and Impressionist paintings that sell for upwards of $2,500 apiece to collectors around the globe. We asked you to title one of his masterpieces.


THE WINNER: Nude Eating Hay
Gary Hennion, New York, NY

SECOND PLACE: Shetlands Playing Poker
Ivan Kershner, Salem, NC

THIRD PLACE: This Beats Pulling a Plow! 
Kenneth R. Updegrove, Cedaredge, CO


Haystacks. Mmmm!
Frank Letchworth, Knoxville, TN

Still Life with Oats
Stephen Dudzik, Olney, MD 

The Neigh
Marsha Einhorn, New York, NY

Glue Boy
Charlie Hotchkiss, Union, KY

Ceci n'est pas une sheep
Kathy El-Assal, Middleton, WI

Whistler's Mare
Charles & Mary Parry, Catonsville, MD

Dejeuner: l'herbe
Richard Schiff, Oakland, MD

Reclining Pinto
Richard Koretz, La Quinta, CA

Mister Ed's Mother
Jim Fitzpatrick, San Diego, CA

Mr. Ed in Red
John Rawlins, Ithaca, NY

Portrait of Young Ed and His Man Servant Wilbur
Joseph Troy, La Plata, MD

Napoleon Riding Me
Mike Boskovic, Glen Ellyn, IL

Stable Room at Arles
Julio Suarez, Plano, TX

Dude Descending a Staircase
Richard Grossman, Wilmington, DE

The Mona Lasso
Steve Kaplan, St. Louis Park, MN

The Manure Lisa
Damon Sather, Chicago, IL

Mona Lisa in the Third at Belmont
Mike Kligerman, Mercersburg, PA

Karen Shepherd, Social Circle, GA

The Sistine Apple
Jane Bishop, Burnsville, MN

The Oat Eaters
Charles Frean, Bedford, MA

The Oating Party
Gerald A. Harvey, Sebastopol, CA

Reflections on a Tasty Brush Handle
Steven Estrella, Fort Washington, PA

Portrait of an Animal Art Buyer Getting His Head Examined
Frank Lambert, Green Valley, AZ