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Horse quotes page 3

Let the best horse leap the hedge first.
American proverb

Men are not hanged for stealing horses, but that horses may not be stolen.
George Savile

Cutting the ears of a mule will not make him a horse.
African proverb

A clever horse needs only one touch of the whip.
Chinese proverb

A horse is once a foal; man is a child twice in his lifetime.
Czech proverb

He who is carried by horses must deal with rogues.
American proverb

As we begin to change, our world changes with us. As we become better, our lives become
better. Changing circumstances requires that you first change yourself. To have it any other
way is to have the cart before the horse.
Tommy Newberry

Even a packhorse driver looks well in fine clothes.
Japanese proverb

Happiness is not a horse, you cannot harness it.
Russian proverb

My horse's jockey was hitting the horse. The horse turns around and says "Why are you
hitting me, there is nobody behind us!"
Henry Youngman

A horse is not caught with an empty sack.
Turkish proverb

A horse which is tamed at forty is only good for resurrection day.
Arabic proverb

I didn't squawk about the steak, dear. I merely said I didn't see that old horse that used to
be tethered outside here.
W. C. Fields

A horse has four legs and even he stumbles.
Russian proverb

Spur not a willing horse.
German proverb

A groaning horse and a groaning wife never fail their master.
English proverb

You know horses are smarter than people. You never heard of a horse going broke betting on
Will Rogers

The best horse doesn't always win the race.
Irish proverb

When you're walking down the street and you think you've spotted your favorite celebrity but
you want to be sure, just remember this rule of thumb: A horse sweats, a man perspires, a
woman glows - but only a celebrity twinkles.
Ellen DeGeneres

A good horse never lacks a saddle.
Italian proverb

The biggest horses are not the best travelers.
English proverb

It is not best that we should all think alike; it is difference of opinion that makes horse races.
Mark Twain

You ride as you like on your own horse.
Russian proverb

The horse-shoe or rabbit's foot contains no power, but man's spoken word and belief that it
will bring him good luck creates expectancy in the subconscious mind, and attracts a "lucky
Florence Scovel Shinn

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