Clint Eastwood and his horse daughter, a boxer with nothing to lose and everything to prove
Her opponent, a chair with nothing to lose (because it's a chair) and everything to prove (because it's a chair)
The chair kills Clint Eastwood's horse daughter...
Right in front of Clint Eastwood. (Like, imagine how much that would suck for you as a person.)
Clint Eastwood deals with the tragedy the only way he knows how: sitting on a porch, drinking, and wondering about the minorities in his neighborhood.
Then he forgives the chair for killing his horse daughter. "Life's too short," he says, "to be angry with a chair."