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A Horse Of A Different Color »
(one who does things differently from others...)

A Horse Of Another Color »
(one who does things differently from others...)

Back The Wrong Horse »
(choose to support the one who will not win...)

Beat A Dead Horse »
(still talking about a thing which is already finished...)

Beating A Dead Horse »
(forcing an issue that is already closed...)

Dark Horse »
(a person who surprises you with skills that you did not know about...)

Don't Put The Cart Before The Horse »
(certain things will fail if they are not done in the correct order...)

Eat Like A Horse »
(eat a lot of food and possibly appear sloppy...)

Get A Charley Horse »
(a painful spot on one's thigh after getting hit...)

Get Off Your High Horse »
(stop thinking that you are better than other people...)

Looking A Gift Horse In The Mouth »
(questioning the value of something you have received for free...)

Put The Cart Before The Horse »
(you must do the one thing before you do the other thing; the order cannot be changed...)

You Can Lead A Horse To Water, But You Can't Make It Drink »
(you can show people how do do things, but people must help themselves...)

On Horseback »
(riding a horse...)



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