While not as stylish or agile on a horse's back as Frankie, I do know I had great horse sense
and was a horseman.
But if you are looking for something chockablock full of good disability income horse sense
, this may be it.
So what did the selected horse sense
that the others did not?
MILLBURY - A club based at Stowe Farm is teaching its members some good old-fashioned horse sense
Prosecutor Ian Ball said Whitehouse was caught out by her coworker Susan Taylor at Horse Sense
Saddlers shop in Bentley Heath, Solihull, and the shop owner Lorraine Green.
Carpenter declares that the low prices were what attracted the animals a good example of plain horse sense
CWRT decided the business plan made so much horse sense
that they helped Angela gallop away with a business loan of pounds 8,000 to enable her to buy a 28-year-old double-decker bus that has been converted into a mobile play service.
Not only are they stronger, better looking, and more graceful than most humans, they also tend to have more horse sense
, which, as one proverb defined it, "is what keeps horses from betting on what people will do.
There are thousands of us who will miss her passion, her horse sense
, and her laughter.
Wilkoff and I could spend many happy hours commiserating over the loss of good local horse sense
to high-tech medicine and cookie-cutter protocols.
I think we have to use a little horse sense
," says Donna Ewing.
- Julie McHugh with her horse, also called Julie, which father Malcolm, pictured, bought her to help recover from a dreadful car accident Picture: ANDREW TEEBAY' Malcolm McHugh in the driving seat of his Wirrall horse-drawn taxi and, right, Julie when she was teenage jockey
Ireland's European Union (EU) internal market Commissioner Charlie McCreevy told a Chartered Institute of Management Accountants' qualification conferring ceremony in Dublin, accountants should better rely on commercial horse sense
But this is the New West, so Encino attorney Michael Heicklen is trying to bring some horse sense
to the equestrian community with Horse Court, a private binding-arbitration service designed to settle horse disputes and avoid expensive lawsuits.
A degree makes horse sense
for a pounds 37 billion business