• a towel horse
  • タオル掛け
  • eat like a horse
  • もりもり食べる
  • horse and foot
  • 騎兵と歩兵,全軍;〔副詞的に〕全力を尽くして
  • horse troops
  • 騎兵隊
  • I could eat a horse.
  • ((略式))腹ぺこだ
  • ride a horse bareback [side saddle]
  • 裸馬に乗る[馬に横のりに乗る]
  • work like a horse
  • がむしゃらに働く
  • You can lead a horse to (the) water but you can't make him drink.
  • ((諺))馬を水辺に連れていくことはできるが,水を飲ませることはできない;よい助言をするのは簡単だが,それを実行させることはむずかしい
  • A major consideration was that by the late 1940s most of the horses with suspect pedigrees were so far back in most horses' ancestry that it no longer made much sense to exclude them.
  • Wikipedia: Jersey Act
  • After several such attempts to cross the stream, the thieves realized that this was a miracle of the saint, so they released the monastery's horses and ran away in horror.
  • Wikipedia: Jovan Vladimir
  • Although the Natchni strain is extinct today, horses trained in those skills are still in demand in rural India.
  • Wikipedia: Marwari horse
  • Among examples cited was the infamous 1948 Grey Cup game in which two trains of Stampeder football fans descended on Toronto and launched an unprecedented series of celebrations before, during and after the game that included riding a horse into the lobby of the Royal York Hotel.
  • Wikipedia: Calgary Stampede
  • Among the first horses used for classical dressage, they are still making a mark in international competition in dressage today.
  • Wikipedia: Andalusian horse
  • Anderson indicated that he was particularly angry that the man had freed his slaves and trampled him with a specially trained horse.
  • Wikipedia: William T. Anderson
  • As there is no tow path, a line to haul the barge had to be floated under the bridge and then re-attached to the horse where the tow path resumed.
  • Wikipedia: Kennet and Avon Canal
  • At the end of the fight, the Texicans had two wounded men but had captured many horses and mules.
  • Wikipedia: James Bowie
  • At the VATC he was responsible for setting the weights for the Caulfield Cup, one of Australia's richest and most prestigious horse races.
  • Wikipedia: Clem Hill
  • By the time Ross began a 90-day furlough on March 13, 1865, he had participated in 135 engagements with the enemy and his horse had been shot out from under him five times, yet he had escaped serious injury.
  • Wikipedia: Lawrence Sullivan Ross
  • Elk also carry the disease and are believed to have transmitted the infection to horses and cattle.
  • Wikipedia: Yellowstone National Park
  • Farmers still use the breed to round up sheep in the Icelandic highlands, but most horses are used for competition and leisure riding.
  • Wikipedia: Icelandic horse
  • Foley artist Casey Crabtree provided sounds for horse hoof movements, work that was praised by sounds effects industry expert David Yewdall.
  • Wikipedia: The Adventures of Brisco County, Jr.
  • Hikers can use the bike path, horse trails, and about 8 miles (13 km) of hiking trails.
  • Wikipedia: Tryon Creek