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“Horses ain't like people, man, they can't make themselves better than they're born. See, with a horse, it's all in the gene. It's the fucking gene that does the running. The horse has got absolutely nothing to do with it.”
“My heart galloped through the skies that night, back to my herd, where I belonged. I wondered if they missed me as much as I missed them.”
“That's the finest example of bareback riding I've ever seen.”
“* Jesup: Horses are faster.
- Mathayus: But camels are smarter.”
“- Chester Greenburg: Look, a unicorn!
[Mr. Pizzacoli looks]
- Mr. Pizzacoli: A unicorn?
- Chester Greenburg: Sorry, I guess it was just a regular horse.”
The first time he saw Seabiscuit, the colt was walking through the fog at five in the morning. Smith would say later that the horse looked right through him. As if to say: "What the hell are you looking at? Who do you think you are?”. He was a small horse, barely fifteen hands. He was hurting too. There was a limp in his walk, a wheezing when he... (continue)(continue reading)
“- Dagwood Bumstead: Sometimes I think that horse understands everything I say.
- Blondie Bumstead: Then he's smarter than I am.”
“I was born here, in this place that would come to be called the Old West. But, to my kind, the land was ageless. It had no beginning and no end, no boundary between earth and sky. Like the wind and the buffalo grass, we belonged here, we would always belong here. They say the mustang is the spirit of the West.”
“More than three thousand years ago a man named Job complained to God about all his troubles and the Bible tells us that God answered. Do you give the horse its strength or clothe its neck with a flowing mane? Do you make him leap like a locust, striking terror with his proud snorting? He paused fiercely, rejoicing in his strength and charges...” (continue)(continue reading)
“Every horse is good for something.”
“You can trust horses. They don't let you down. People always let you down. Especially men.”
“You're the only man whoever bet on a horse that started from a kneeling position.”
“I'm afraid you're going to regret we ever met.”
“- Lloyd Christmas: Some little filly break your heart?
- Harry Dunne: No, it was a girl.”
“You know, everybody thinks we found this broken-down horse and fixed him, but we didn't. He fixed us. Every one of us. And I guess in a way we kinda fixed each other too.”
“Maybe if you'd had a horse under you over there in North Africa instead of one of them there tanks, you wouldn't have got shot up the way you was and sent home.”
“- Lydia Callahan: The timed mastery of a horse is nothing more than competitive sex, proof that man can subjugate anythin' wild and beautiful once he gets it between his legs.
- Delores: What gets me is they want a belt buckle for lastin' eight seconds.”
“And so I grew from colt to stallion, as wild and as reckless as thunder over the land. Racing with the eagle, soaring with the wind. Flying? There were times I believed I could.”
“- Earl Bassett: No way those things can outrun these horses!
- Valentine McKee: Yeah, well, for all you know, they can fly.”
“- Walt Price: How are we coming with the dead horse scene?
- Marty Rossen: You can't actually kill the horse.
- Walt Price: Aw, fuck me!”
“Don't these things ever run out of gas?”
“- William Thacker: I enjoyed the movie very much. I was just wondering, did you ever consider having more horses in it?
- Anna Scott: Well, we would have liked to. But it was difficult, obviously, being set in space.”
“- Nathan Muir: He had this plow horse he used to work with everyday. He really loved that plow horse. One summer she came up lame. It could barely stand. The vet offered to put her down. You know what my uncle said?
- Charles Harker: No, Muir, what did he say?
- Nathan Muir: He said, why would I ask somebody else to kill a horse that belonged to...” (continue)(continue reading)