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Bruintjes Horses quotes by Anna Sewell
#1. I said, 'I have heard people talk about war as if it was a very fine thing.'
Ah!' said [Captain], 'I should think they never saw it. No doubt it is very fine when there is no enemy, when it is just exercise and parade, and sham-fight. Yes, it is very fine then; but when thousands of good brave men and horses are killed, or crippled for life, it has a very different look.'
Do you know what they fought about?' said I.
No,' he said, 'that is more than a horse can understand, but the enemy must have been awfully wicked people, if it was right to go all that way over the sea on purpose to kill them. #Quote by Anna Sewell
Bruintjes Horses quotes by William Blake
#2. The tigers of wrath are wiser than the horses of instruction. #Quote by William Blake
Bruintjes Horses quotes by Wallace Stegner
#3. Ruth believes that boys are not found around stables because what they like is taking things apart and putting them together again, and for this purpose horses are not so satisfactory as cars, motorcycles, and even bicycles, while girls adore horses because they are biological and have functions. #Quote by Wallace Stegner
Bruintjes Horses quotes by Dorothy Malone
#4. I loved to get all dusty and ride horses and plant potatoes and cotton. #Quote by Dorothy Malone
Bruintjes Horses quotes by Meg Rosoff
#5. Incessantly, it seemed, life plagued her with responsibilities, made her fall in love, ripped away any consolation she might find. Sisters and parents, brothers and horses… All staked their claim on her, each conspiring to weigh down her soul… Every day brought unwanted connections, losses, and complications that broke her heart. #Quote by Meg Rosoff
Bruintjes Horses quotes by Diana Gabaldon
#6. She lifted the small stack of books from their wrappings, stroking the soft leather cover of the top one with a forefinger that trembled with delight. Jenny loved books with the same passion her brother reserved for horses. #Quote by Diana Gabaldon
Bruintjes Horses quotes by Mehmet Murat Ildan
#7. Horses are not for riding! They do not exist for riding! Horse riding is man's invention! It is the making up of human benefit! #Quote by Mehmet Murat Ildan
Bruintjes Horses quotes by Friedrich Holderlin
#8. All the fruit is ripe, plunged in fire, cooked,
And they have passed their test on earth, and one law is this:
That everything curls inward, like snakes,
Prophetic, dreaming on
The hills of heaven. And many things
Have to stay on the shoulders like a load
of failure. However the roads
Are bad. For the chained elements,
Like horses, are going off to the side,
And the old
Laws of the earth. And a longing
For disintegration constantly comes. Many things however
Have to stay on the shoulders. Steadiness is essential.
Forwards, however, or backwards we will
Not look. Let us learn to live swaying
As in a rocking boat on the sea. #Quote by Friedrich Holderlin
Bruintjes Horses quotes by Christopher Hitchens
#9. Ethiopians imagine their gods as black and snub-nosed; Thracians blue-eyed and red-haired. But if horses or lions had hands, or could draw and fashion works as men do, horses would draw the gods shaped like horses and lions like lions, making the gods resemble themselves. Xenophanes #Quote by Christopher Hitchens
Bruintjes Horses quotes by Buck Brannaman
#10. You might measure your approach to a horse the same way as your approach to people because there are going to be some horses, like some people, who might be inclined to tune you out. #Quote by Buck Brannaman
Bruintjes Horses quotes by Edie Campbell
#11. I needed to pay for my horses in Warwickshire, and I couldn't do that off a waitress' wage. #Quote by Edie Campbell
Bruintjes Horses quotes by Dick Van Patten
#12. I was in 27 Broadway plays in a row as a kid, and in between, I learned how to play the horses from the stagehands. #Quote by Dick Van Patten
Bruintjes Horses quotes by William Shatner
#13. I love horses. There's something practical and mystical about them. #Quote by William Shatner
Bruintjes Horses quotes by Kim Basinger
#14. I just feel passionately about the horses and I will until it's no longer a tradition in New York. #Quote by Kim Basinger
Bruintjes Horses quotes by Emily Rodda
#15. A hero called Adin rose from the ranks of the people. He was an ordinary man, a blacksmith who made swords and armor and shoes for horses. But he had been blessed with strsngth, courage, and cleverness. #Quote by Emily Rodda
Bruintjes Horses quotes by Leonardo Da Vinci
#16. Let the painter composing narrative pictures take pleasure in wealth and variety, and avoid repeating any part that occurs in it, so that the uniqueness and abundance attract people to it and delight the eye of the observer. I say that a narrative painting requires (depending on the scene), wherever the eye falls, a mixture of men of diverse appearances, of diverse ages and dress, combined together with women, children, dogs, horses, buildings, fields, and hills. #Quote by Leonardo Da Vinci
Bruintjes Horses quotes by Terry Pratchett
#17. We know what the law is, Mister Po-leess-maan. The law is the land. You say, "This is my land", but you did not make the land. You did not make your sheep, you did not make the rabbits on which we live, you did not make the cows, or the horses, but you say, "These things are mine". This cannot be a truth. I make my axe, my pots, and these are mine. What I wear is mine. Some love was mine. Now it has gone. I think you are a good man, Mister Po-leess-maan but we see the turning of the times. Maybe a hundred or two hundred years ago there was in the world what people called "the wilderness", or "no man's land", or "wasteland", and we lived in such places, we are waste people. There was the troll race, the dwarf race, the human race, and I am sorry for the goblin race that we cannot run so fast. #Quote by Terry Pratchett
Bruintjes Horses quotes by Cormac McCarthy
#18. A goodlookin horse is like a goodlookin woman, he said. They're always more trouble than what they're worth. What a man needs is just one that will get the job done. #Quote by Cormac McCarthy
Bruintjes Horses quotes by Jane Smiley
#19. Horse racing is really much more intimidating than anything having to do with literature. When I had horses at the racetrack, I would wake up in terror in a way that I would never wake up while working on a novel. #Quote by Jane Smiley
Bruintjes Horses quotes by Lisa Kessler
#20. You taste better than bacon. #Quote by Lisa Kessler
Bruintjes Horses quotes by Maggie Stiefvater
#21. Tourists, a lot of them, wearing unfamiliar faces. There is something subtly different about them, like they're a different species ... They're related to us like Dove is related to the water horses. #Quote by Maggie Stiefvater
Bruintjes Horses quotes by Ann Patchett
#22. They had wanted to go to the barn and brush the horses. If they brushed the horses and mucked out a few of the stalls then usually Ned would let them take turns riding the mare for the afternoon. But Albie was driving them crazy. What was he doing that was so intolerable? Standing here in front of him now, Franny couldn't remember. Or maybe he wasn't doing anything wrong. Maybe it was just that someone had to watch him around the horses and none of them wanted to do it. He wasn't the monster they told him he was, in fact there wasn't anything so awful about him. It was only that he was a little kid. #Quote by Ann Patchett
Bruintjes Horses quotes by E. Jamie
#23. Alessandro watched as Luke burrowed his nose in the snow and then shook his small body. "Well, that depends on whether you want a male or a female horse." "Mmm. I tink I want a boy horsie. Girl horsies have babies and dat's too much trouble." Alessandro bit back a laugh. "Male horse it is then. Let's see. My favourite horse's name is Abbott." "A But?" Will asked laughing. "Abbott," Alessandro corrected. "Chimney," Will suddenly decided, stopping. Alessandro blinked in confusion. "I'm sorry, did you say 'Chimney'?" "It make sense," Will assured him. "Santa come down da chimney and he is my pesent, right? So his name be Chimney." "I agree. Quite logical," Alessandro nodded. "Well, dat one ting on my list. Der be more." "Duly noted," he said. #Quote by E. Jamie
Bruintjes Horses quotes by Sherwood Anderson
#24. Having made a few bicycles in factories, having written some thousands of rather senseless advertisements, having rubbed affectionately the legs of a few race horses, having tried blunderingly to love a few women and having written a few novels that did not satisfy me or anyone else, having done these few things, could I begin now to think of myself as tired out and done for? Because my own hands had for the most part served me so badly could I let them lie beside me in idleness? #Quote by Sherwood Anderson
Bruintjes Horses quotes by Ibrahim Ibrahim
#25. The confused (yet adamant) Aryan Jews -whose Osirian progenitors were deprived of the possession of horses- tried to culturally plagiarize the Semitic heritage by assigning the phonetic spelling (soos) to the newly-introduced animal, i.e., the horse. That very same word, however, had its roots in the heraldic emblem (plant) of the predynastic kings of Upper Egypt (David Rohl connects the foreign pharaohs with this emblem); and in an attempt to completely annex that southern predynastic foreign heritage, the Aten cult at the end of the 18th Dynasty substituted (as DR tells us) that emblem with the lotus. #Quote by Ibrahim Ibrahim
Bruintjes Horses quotes by Karen Marie Moning
#26. By ten o'clock she thought he might soon be ready to talk. He'd threatened, blustered, even tried to sweet-talk her. Then the bribery had begun. He'd let her live if she let him out immediately. He'd give her three horses, two sheep, and a cow. He'd give her a pouch of coin, three horses, two sheep, not just a cow but a milking cow, and set her up anywhere in England, if she would just leave his castle and not bother him again for the rest of his life. The only offer/threat that had perked her momentary interest was when he'd shouted that he was going to "toop her 'til her bonny legs fell off."
She should be so lucky. #Quote by Karen Marie Moning
Bruintjes Horses quotes by Buck Brannaman
#27. I help horses with people problems #Quote by Buck Brannaman
Bruintjes Horses quotes by Hiro Arikawa
#28. I get it. Having had Satoru take me in as his cat, I think I felt as lucky as he did. Strays, by definition, have been abandoned or left behind, but Satoru rescued me when I broke my leg. He made me the happiest cat on earth. I'll always remember those five years we had together. And I'll forever go by the name Nana, the name that - let's face it - is pretty unusual for a male cat. The town where Satoru grew up, too, I would remember that. And the green seedlings swaying in the fields. The sea, with its frighteningly loud roar. Mount Fuji, looming over us. How cosy it felt on top of that boxy TV. That wonderful lady cat, Momo. That nervy but earnest hound, Toramaru. That huge white ferry, which swallowed up cars into its stomach. The dogs in the pet holding area, wagging their tails at Satoru. That foul-mouthed chinchilla telling me Guddo rakku! The land in Hokkaido stretching out forever. Those vibrant purple and yellow flowers by the side of the road. The field of pampas grass like an ocean. The horses chomping on grass. The bright-red berries on the mountain-ash trees. The shades of red on the mountain ash that Satoru taught me. The stands of slender white birch. The graveyard, with its wide-open vista. The bouquet of flowers in rainbow colours. The white heart-shaped bottom of the deer. That huge, huge, huge double rainbow growing out of the ground. I would remember these for the rest of my life. And Kosuke, and Yoshimine, and Sugi and Chikako. And above all, the one who #Quote by Hiro Arikawa
Bruintjes Horses quotes by Buck Brannaman
#29. There are no problem horses, only problem riders. #Quote by Buck Brannaman
Bruintjes Horses quotes by Christopher Buckley
#30. Her parents, Austin Taylor and Kathleen Taylor, were big deals in Vancouver - they were civic leaders, and he raced horses in the Kentucky Derby - and my mother grew up a debutante. And when she and my dad were married, there were about a thousand guests at that reception. #Quote by Christopher Buckley
Bruintjes Horses quotes by Fannie Flagg
#31. The band did a salute to Stephen Foster and played 'Beautiful Dreamer' and we formed a bed. Then we played 'My Old Kentucky Home' while the majorettes slowly pranced like horses. We finished with 'I Dream of Jeanie with the Light Brown Hair', we formed a comb. Miss Philpot is running out of ideas if you ask me. #Quote by Fannie Flagg
Bruintjes Horses quotes by Hanya Yanagihara
#32. Poor house! I thought, and at moments I would find myself stroking one of its whitepainted doorframes as if I were petting a horse's nose: gently, slowly, trying to soothe it back to calmness. #Quote by Hanya Yanagihara
Bruintjes Horses quotes by Susan   Mallery
#33. I'll go," Thad said.
Zane looked at him in surprise. "I appreciate the offer, but this isn't part of your vacation. This is hard, dangerous work. Cold and wet, too."
Thad shrugged. "I want to help. I can ride and point the steers in the right direction. Will that be enough?"
"I'll go, too," Martin said.
"Me, too."
The last voice came from behind him. Zane turned to see Phoebe leaning against the wall.
Maya groaned. "Dammit, Phoebe, if you go, I'll have to, as well. Do you know what this weather is going to do to my hair?"
Phoebe smiled. "Wear a hat."
"Oh, yeah, that'll help in this rain."
"You don't have to do this," Zane said. "Not any of you."
"We know that," Thad said. "We're all in this together. Now I say we head out and save us some cattle."
Chase nodded. "They're greenhorns, Zane, but there's plenty of them. Without them, we can't get the herd to safety."
Zane knew his brother was right. He didn't have a choice. Not if he wanted to save the steers.
"Get the horses saddled up," he told Chase. "We'll be out in five minutes." He turned back to everyone else. "Dress warmly. Make the top layer as waterproof as you can." He nodded at Eddie and Gladys. "We'll need some food."
Eddie nodded, then grabbed Andrea and C.J. and pulled them toward the stairs.
Zane turned to Phoebe, who smiled at him. "They're going to help," she said.
He frowned. "I know."
"They like you. We all like you."
"Oh. #Quote by Susan Mallery
Bruintjes Horses quotes by John Steinbeck
#34. Fella had a team of horses, had to use'em to plow an' cultivate an' mow, wouldn't think a turnin' 'em out to starve when they wasn't workin'.
Them's horses - we're men. #Quote by John Steinbeck
Bruintjes Horses quotes by Frankie Dettori
#35. Lochsong - she's like Linford Christie ... without the lunchbox. #Quote by Frankie Dettori
Bruintjes Horses quotes by Abigail Roux
#36. It was a large bay gelding, which for Ty translated to big-ass brown horse. #Quote by Abigail Roux
Bruintjes Horses quotes by Amanda Bouchet
#37. PANOTII LOOKS PUT OUT ABOUT BEING LEFT BEHIND AND dogs my steps as I stow his tack under the deep overhang on the south side of the wizard's hovel. There's plenty of grass here, water at the lake, and it's not that cold yet, despite the shift in seasons. If the rains start before we get back, the horses can take shelter under the overhang. I'm not worried about them wandering off. Not one of them has stepped outside of the large makeshift corral of God Bolt pits since we got here.

"You can't come with us," I tell him. "It'll be cold and slippery. And big monsters will want to eat you." He tosses his head, snorting. "Really big monsters. There might be Dragons. And the Hydra. And I can't vouch for the friendliness of the Ipotane toward regular horses." I blow gently into his nose. Panotii chuffs back. "You'll be safe here, and if anyone tries to steal you, Grandpa Zeus will throw down a thunderbolt. Boom! No more horse thief."

"Zeus may have better things to do than babysit our horses," Flynn says, stowing his own equine gear next to mine.

I glance northward toward the Gods' mountain home and speak loudly. "In that case, I'm announcing right now that I'll make an Olympian stink if anything happens to my horse." Flynn looks nervous and moves away from me like he's expecting a God Bolt to come thundering down.

"She's not kidding." Sunlight glints off Griffin's windblown hair. Thick black stubble darkens his jaw. He flashes me a smi #Quote by Amanda Bouchet

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