Following an incident during dressage training (whereby Butters' horse Melancholy makes love with another horse), the scene cuts to a training session for Davey Solokov at his own residence, before spending some time with his family. The Russian National Anthem is played during this time.
Mr. Mackey, in an attempt to sabotage Davey's horse and help Butters win the local dressage competition, infiltrates the Solokov's horse stable, where Davey's horse is being kept. There, he encounters Linda and Stephen Stotch, the latter of which holds him at gunpoint, thinking that Mackey was here to foil their own sabotage plans. Following a misunderstanding, Mackey realizes that both parties are on the same side, and that the dressage competition is being used by the Russians as a justification to fire missiles.
Its backyard is essentially a dressage training ground where Davey uses to train his horse in, and houses a horse stable where the steed is kept.
The kitchen is the only room shown in the series. It is painted olive green and is installed with dull brown cabinets.