Pets & Animals Quotes
Pets & Animals Proverbs
Pets & Animals Sayings
Pets & Animal Poetry

Pets & Animals Movies
Pets & Animals Facts

Pets & Animals Superstitions


    Horse Quotes
    Page 4

  • He flung himself on his horse and rode off madly in all directions.
    - Stephen Leacock

  • A horse's eye disquiets me: it has an expression of alarm that may at any moment be translated into action.
    - E V Lucas

  • No garden that boasted geraniums as safe from Ajax's moody munchings. The only time that Madge ever coaxed it as far as Exeter, Ajax ate the whole of a rather elaborate display in the Cathedral Close.
    - Arthur Marshall

  • On Horseback he seemed to require as many hands as a Hindu god, at least four for clutching the reins, and two more for patting the horse soothingly on the neck.
    - Saki

  • We attended stables, as we attended church, in our best clothes, thereby no doubt showing the degree of respect due to horses.
    - Osbert Sitwell

  • The steed bit his master.
    How came this to pass?
    He heard the good pastor
    Cry, "All flesh is grass."
    - Anon

  • There are two important rules in horse-riding. The first is to mount the horse. The second is to stay mountede.
    - Anon

  • "A dog maybe a man's best friend but a horse made history..."
    - Anonymous

  • There is something about the outside of a horse that is good for the inside of a man.
    - Winston Churchill

  • Riding: The art of keeping a horse between you and the ground.
    - Author Unknown

  • Many people have sighed for the 'good old days' and regretted the 'passing of the horse,' but today, when only those who like horses own them, it is a far better time for horses.
    - C.W. Anderson

  • No hour of life is wasted that is spent in the saddle.
    - Winston Churchill

  • Horses and children, I often think, have a lot of the good sense there is in the world.
    - Josephine Demott Robinson

  • A horse is dangerous at both ends and uncomfortable in the middle.
    - Ian Fleming

  • I can always tell which is the front end of a horse, but beyond that, my art is not above the ordinary.
    - Mark Twain

  • "Men are generally more careful of the breed of their horses and dogs than of their children."
    - William Penn

  • "Dumb animals we call them, while they bark and neigh and moo. They talk as much as we do - to them we seem dumb too."
    - Rebecca McCann

2001 - present. Australian Media Pty Ltd. All Rights Reserved.
Please read our Legal Statement and Privacy Policy.