Horse Quotes and Sayings - Page 18
People come and go but horses leave hoof prints on your heart.
Even when your horse is gone they still live in your heart forever, and when it is time for you to be sent home to them, you will find that special horse again.
Horse riding is so much more then just horse riding, its so much harder then most people think.
Close your eyes and ride,and you will beleve your flying
I’d rather fall off a horse, then fall in love with a boy!<3 <3
As distance shows a horse’s strength, so time reveals a person’s heart – chinese proverb
Galloping – Another word for flying.
I have 36 horses and a mustang outshines them all, hes broke and has no home but yet he has the power and grace to make someones day be brighter, if only for awhile.
>>>If horse riding was easy,
it would be called football<<<
HORSES ARE A FRIEND LIKE ANY OTHER !!!
My horse died when I was seven but even though she is gone physically she will always be in my heart!
The horse is the example of friends some might be wild and free but even when you don’t see them they still see you and if you have well lets just say you’re lucky! but wherever you go they always follow.
Ride and never worry about the fall
An English Horse Has Grace
A Western Horse Has Pleasure
But My horse Has It ALL
It doesn’t take a miracle to get to cloud nine, it takes a horse!
A Life without horses, is like taking a breath without air.
Horses are proof god loves us.
Don’t squat with yer spurs on!
If you need to fly, please just take hold of the reins.
In life, horses are some of the best friends you’ll ever have!
If there are no horses in heaven…I’m not going.
If there is no heaven with a horse…don’t look for me there.
You can take a horse out of the wild, but you can’t take the wild out of the horse!
There is something about the outside of a horse that is good for the inside of a man.
– Winston Churchill
There are only two emotions that belong in the saddle; one is a sense of humor and the other is patience.
The air of heaven is that which blows between a horse’s ears.
– Arabian Proverb