We're back in that dream where Bran is practicing archery and is interrupted by a three-eyed raven. He follows it down a tunnel (you don't have to be Fellini to figure that one out!) and then wakes up. A tallish man enters the bedchamber with that saddle that Tyrion sketched out.
In the non-dream world (well, probably) Bran rides his horse with delight. Whee! Horsey rides! He's going in a big circle while Robb and Theon chat in the middle of the Godswood. Or it might just be a regular wood. It's kind of foresty, though. I'm pretty sure of that. Theon thinks that Robb should be raising an army on account of what happened to Jory. It's time for some war! Robb gets a little annoyed at how free Robb is with House Stark troops and tells him that it's not his House. They both notice that Bran has ridden out of sight. When Robb asks if Theon knows where Bran's gotten to, Theon smiles and says, "Don't know. Not my house!" Man, that came back to bite Robb really quickly, didn't it?
Bran rides his horse over a river and through some woods. I can only assume he's going to his grandmother's house. Boom! That right there? That thing you just read? It was a seamless reference to a Christmas carol. That was beautiful. Just like the forest Bran's riding through. The only problem is that there are three thugs in tattered clothing creeping after him. His horse is grabbed by the lady thug, who has theatrically crazy hair. She might as well be Helena Bonham Carter with hair like that. She has kind of a Nymphadora Tonks quality, too, if you know what I mean. The other two thugs are the usual brand of bearded miscreant. They observe Bran's nice silver pin, although they're equally interested in the horse itself. Bran says he can't just hop off it, and they notice that his legs are strapped to the saddle itself. In the process of cutting through the straps, one of the thugs cuts into Bran's leg, but he doesn't seem to feel it. If you like, you can pretend there's a parallel to Daenerys not feeling the heat from the dragon egg, but I think that's just a coincidence. They call him a cripple, and Bran tells them that he's Brandon Stark of House Stark and so on like that. He's trying that same imperious voice that Arya used on the guards at King's Landing, but it doesn't work as well. Castle guards are trained to respond to orders in a way that forest-based rogues aren't, I guess. Plus, it's hard to be impressed by him after he's been cut free of the horse and is lying on the ground.