- If you do a thorough check of your trailer before hauling, your truck will break down.
- There is no such thing as a sterile barn cat.
- No one ever notices how you ride until you fall off.
- The least useful horse in your barn will eat the most, require shoes every four weeks and
need the vet at least once a month.
- A horse's misbehavior will be in direct proportion to the number of people who are watching.
- Tack you hate never wears out; blankets you hate cannot be destroyed; horses you hate cannot
be sold and will outlive you.
- Clipper blades will become dull only when the horse is half finished. Clipper motors will
quit only when you have the horse's head left to trim.
- If you're wondering if you left the water on in the barn, you did. If you're wondering if
you latched the pasture gate, you didn't.
- One horse isn't enough; two is too many.
- If you approach within 50 feet of the barn in your "street clothes," you will get dirty.
- You can't push a horse on a lunge line.
- If a horse is advertised "under $5,000," you can bet he isn't $2,500.
- The number of horses you own increases according to the number of stalls in your barn.
- An uncomplicated horse can be ruined with enough schooling.
- You can't run a barn without baling twine.
- Hoof picks migrate.
- Wind velocity increases in direct proportion to how well your hat fits.
- There is no such thing as the "right feed."
- If you fall off, you will land on the site of your most recent injury.
- If you're winning, quit.