Movie quotes are perfect for summing up life at particular moments. Since most of our moments are spent in the barn, I’ve selected the top quotes that represent our finer times and have added a dash of horse to them. Enjoy.

The Sixth Sense: 1999

“I see dead people.” – My horse, usually at shows right in front of the judge.

Dirty Harry: 1971

“You’ve got to ask yourself one question: ‘Do I feel lucky?’ Well, do ya, Punk?” – My horse’s question to me prior to tackling a new cross-country course or raising the jumps.

Apollo 13: 1995

“Houston, we have a problem.” – Me, when I forget which fence is next in my course.

Gone With the Wind: 1939

“As God as my witness, I’ll never go hungry again.” – My horse, during feeding time.

Frankenstein: 1931

“It’s alive! It’s ALIVE!” – My horse, when it’s windy outside.

The Wizard of Oz: 1939

“Pay no attention to that man behind the curtain!” – Me, when my horse spooks at the judge’s box.

Braveheart: 1995

“They may take our lives, but they’ll never take our freedom!” – The herd, when I go to catch them for lessons.

The Karate Kid: 1984

“Wax on. Wax off.” – More like ‘auto change on, auto change off’ as we murder another medal round.

Sherlock Holmes: 1939

“Elementary, my dear Watson.” – My horse, when I praise him for finally jumping the red flower box.

The Wizard of Oz: 1939

“There’s no place like home.” – My horse, as he jigs the entire trail ride.

The Lord of the Rings: 2002

“My precious!” – My horse, regarding his food at feeding time.

Toy Story: 1995

“To infinity, and beyond!” – Me, when I leave out a stride and go for the long distance.

Gone With the Wind: 1939

“Frankly, my dear, I don’t give a damn.” – My horse, every time he bucks me off.