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  • A Day At The Races ( Marx Brothers movie )
  • A Man Called Horse ( Richard Harris movie )
  • A burr under your saddle
  • A camel is a horse designed by committee
  • A horse, a horse, my kingdom for a horse
  • A whole different animal ( Frontier Airlines advertising slogan )
  • America's Favorite Cowboy ( Nickname of actor Gene Autry )
  • Animal Crackers ( Marx Brothers movie )
  • Animal Farm ( George Orwell book )
  • Animal attraction
  • Animal instinct
  • Animal liberation
  • Animal magic
  • Animal magnetism
  • Animal rights
  • As rare as rocking horse droppings
  • As stubborn as a mule
  • Back in the saddle
  • Back the field ( the meaning and origin of this phrase.. )
  • Back the wrong horse
  • Beast of the fields
  • Best in show
  • Big Donkey ( Nickname of baseball players Billy Butler and Adam Dunn )
  • Black Beauty ( Anna Sewell book )
  • Brown sugar ( slang term for heroin )
  • Champ at the bit ( the meaning and origin of this phrase.. )
  • Charge of the Light Brigade ( British cavalry charge against Russian army in the Crimean War and title of a poem by Tennyson )
  • Charley horse ( the meaning and origin of this phrase.. )
  • Choke a horse
  • Chrome pony
  • Cowboy coffee
  • Cowboy marketing
  • Darby and Joan ( the meaning and origin of this phrase.. )
  • Dark horse ( the meaning and origin of this phrase.. )
  • Dead ringer ( the meaning and origin of this phrase.. )
  • Desk jockey
  • Desperate Dan ( a cowboy strongman character in the British comic The Dandy )
  • Dig A Pony ( Beatles song )
  • Doctor Johnny Fever ( Nickname of disc jockey Johnny Caravella )
  • Does a wooden horse have a hickory dick?
  • Dog and pony show
  • Don't change horses in midstream ( the meaning and origin of this phrase.. )
  • Don't look a gift horse in the mouth ( the meaning and origin of this phrase.. )
  • Donkey dick
  • Donkey work
  • Donkey's years ( Cockney rhyming slang for ears ) ( the meaning and origin of this phrase.. )
  • Drop the Dead Donkey ( BBC comedy television series )
  • Drugstore cowboy
  • Duncan the Wonder Horse ( Nickname of TV news anchor Tom Brokaw )
  • Each way bet
  • Eat like a horse
  • Flogging a dead horse
  • Flutter on the horses
  • For want of a nail the shoe was lost; for want of a shoe the horse was lost; and for want of a horse the man was lost
  • Gee gee ( childish term for a horse )
  • Gee up
  • Get off your high horse
  • Get the bit between your teeth
  • Ginger up
  • Heroin chic
  • High steppin filly
  • Hiyo Silver away ( A catchphrase from The Lone Ranger )
  • Hold your horses
  • Home James and don't spare the horses
  • Hors d'oeuvres
  • Horse Feathers ( Marx Brothers movie )
  • Horse and cart ( Cockney rhyming slang for fart )
  • Horse around
  • Horse feathers
  • Horse laugh
  • Horse of a different colour
  • Horse play
  • Horse sense
  • Horse whisperer
  • Horse's ass
  • Horse's douffers
  • Horses for courses
  • Horses sweat, men perspire, women merely glow
  • Horsing around
  • Horsy set
  • Hot tip
  • Hung like a donkey
  • Hung like a horse
  • I could eat a horse
  • If wishes were horses beggars would ride
  • If you can't ride two horses at once, you shouldn't be in the circus
  • In foal
  • In the saddle
  • It is what it was ( Ford Mustang advertising slogan )
  • It's no use locking the stable door after the horse has bolted
  • Jump off
  • Local derby
  • Look your best while you wear our least ( Jockey Shorts advertising slogan )
  • Love and marriage go together like a horse and carriage
  • Lovely jubbly ( A catchphrase from Only Fools and Horses )
  • Mare's nest
  • Midnight Cowboy ( Dustin Hoffman / Jon Voight movie )
  • Moscow mule
  • Mount Etna ( tourist attraction in Italy )
  • Mount Fuji ( tourist attraction in Japan )
  • Mount Rushmore ( tourist attraction in the USA )
  • Mr. Cowboy ( Nickname of Bob Lilly )
  • My friend, Joe Holmes, is now a horse ( Arrow Shirts advertising slogan )
  • Never look a gift horse in the mouth
  • Old chestnut
  • On the flat
  • One horse town
  • One trick pony
  • Only Fools and Horses
  • Only fools and horses work
  • Party animal
  • Pin the tail on the donkey
  • Piss like a race horse
  • Point to point
  • Political animal
  • Pony and trap ( Cockney rhyming slang for crap )
  • Put the cart before the horse
  • Rhinestone cowboy
  • Ride a cock horse to Banbury Cross to see a fine lady upon a white horse ( line from nursery rhyme )
  • Rode hard and put away wet
  • Rootin'est, tootin'est cowboy
  • Run for your money
  • Saddle tramp
  • Shanks' pony
  • Show pony
  • Stalking horse
  • Straight from the horse's mouth
  • Talk the hind legs off a donkey
  • Tall in the saddle
  • Temple Mount ( tourist attraction in Israel )
  • The Animal ( Nickname of Edmundo )
  • The Blues And Royals ( Nickname of The Household Cavalry )
  • The Cowboy State ( Nickname of the US state of Wyoming )
  • The Donkey ( Nickname of Adam Dunn )
  • The Fighting Cowboy ( Nickname of James Tillis )
  • The Flanders Mare ( Nickname of Anne of Cleves )
  • The Gun That Won The West ( Nickname of the Colt revolver )
  • The Horse Whisperer ( Robert Redford movie )
  • The Iron Horse ( Nickname of Lou Gehrig )
  • The Italian Stallion ( Nickname of Andrea Bargnani )
  • The Italian Stallion ( Nickname of Sylvester Stallone )
  • The Mount of Olives ( tourist attraction in Israel )
  • The Mountie always gets his man
  • The Singing Cowboy ( Nickname of Gene Autry )
  • The Singing Cowboy ( Nickname of Roy Rogers )
  • The Wild Horse of the Osage ( Nickname of Pepper Martin )
  • The animal kingdom
  • The best seat in the house ( Jockey Shorts advertising slogan )
  • The sport of kings
  • They Shoot Horses Don't They? ( Jane Fonda movie )
  • This time next year we will be millionaires ( A catchphrase from Only Fools And Horses )
  • Time's winged chariot
  • Under starter's orders
  • Urban cowboy
  • What the well-dressed man is wearing this year ( Jockey Shorts advertising slogan )
  • Where rocking horse people eat marshmallow pies ( Beatles song lyric )
  • Why do only fools and horses work?
  • Wild horses wouldn't drag that from me
  • Win by a head
  • Win by a neck
  • Win by a nose
  • Winner's circle
  • With a hearty hiho Silver
  • Wolfman Jack ( Pseudonym of disk jockey Robert Weston Smith )
  • You can lead a horse to water but you can't make it drink
  • You know it makes sense ( A catchphrase from Only Fools And Horses )
  • Zebra crossing

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