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Filled with common expressions and idioms, this resource provides a complete and detailed description and derivation of horse-related words. Beginning with the earliest known usage of "You can lead a horse to water, but you can't make him drink," "one-trick pony," "dog and pony show," and "a horse of a different color," the guide examines the roots of these and other phrases and how they worked their way into our language.