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1. A borrowed horse and your own spurs make short miles.
2. A hard bit does not make the better horse.
3. A hungry dog and a thirsty horse take no heed of blows.
4. A sparrow suffers as much when it breaks its leg as does a Flanders horse.
5. A young foal and an old horse draw not well together.
6. Another man's horse and your own whip can do a great deal.
7. Better a poor horse than an empty stall.
8. Care, and not fine stables, make a good horse.
9. Govern a horse with a bit, and a shrew with a stick.
10. He who has a white horse and a fair wife is seldom without trouble.
11. He who rides the horse is his master.
12. If God bids thee draw, he will find thee a rope; if he bids thee ride, he will find thee a horse.
13. In war it is best to tie your horse to a strange manger.
14. It does not depend upon the dog when the horse shall die.
15. It is a poor horse that is not worth his oats.
16. It is difficult to tie an unborn horse to the manger.
17. Let a horse drink when he will, not what he will.
18. Like seeks like--a scabbed horse and a sandy dike.
19. The cow is milked, not the ox; the sheep is shorn, not the horse.
20. The eye of the master makes the horse fat.
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