Gallop quotes:

  • I gallop and jump and ride young horses with intense pleasure. -- Jane Smiley
  • Woman is the sun, an extraordinary creature, one that makes the imagination gallop. -- Marcello Mastroianni
  • When a man's mind rides faster than his horse can gallop they quickly both tire. -- John Webster
  • The previous generation paved the way for my generation to gallop unheeded into jobs previously reserved for men. -- Beeban Kidron
  • Companions are we, enlivened by a mighty gallop quickly sliding a harsh straw basket of sea foam gathered astride the tide. -- Bradley Chicho
  • The great liberty of the fictional writer is to let the imagination out of the traces and see it gallop off over the horizon. -- Will Self
  • I want to be more physical and theatrical within the stand-up. There might be dance moments, and people better watch out - I will gallop. -- Miranda Hart
  • In 'Hokey Pokey,' bikes are kind of more than bikes alone. They become mustangs; they become creatures that rip up the dust as they gallop across the Great Plains. -- Jerry Spinelli
  • My fictitious characters will take the bit between their teeth and gallop off and do something that I hadn't counted on. However, I always insist on dragging them back to the straight and narrow. -- Colleen McCullough
  • There can be no two opinions as to what a highbrow is. He is the man or woman of thoroughbred intelligence who rides his mind at a gallop across country in pursuit of an idea. -- Virginia Woolf
  • In sixth and seventh grade, my two best friends and I pretended to be horses. Every day after school, we would gallop around, whinnying and stamping our hooves and tossing our manes - for hours. -- Tyne Daly
  • Trust-me companies are companies whose financial results gallop ahead of their businesses, companies with seemingly perfect control over their quarterly sales and profits. Companies whose financial statements are loaded with footnotes: companies that short-sellers often attack but rarely dent. -- Alex Berenson
  • I always dreamt that I would marry in the Piazza Del Campo in Siena and go on my honeymoon down the Amazon, up the Nile, on a gallop through the pyramids, to Nepal and Kerala, on a safari and finally to Lake Titicaca in Peru. -- Jasmine Guinness
  • The downside to making movies at a gallop like we did with 'Wish You Were Here' is that we're shooting four or five scenes in a day, and it's very exhilarating, but you worry at the end of the day that you missed some details because you were moving too quick, and you just gotta trust and be ready straightaway. -- Joel Edgerton
  • Will loved to gallop. -- Cassandra Clare
  • Time's horses gallop down the lessening hill. -- Richard Le Gallienne
  • Drive away what springs from nature; it returns at a gallop. -- Philippe Nericault Destouches
  • Lust is a sharp spur to vice, which always putteth the affections into a false gallop. -- Francis Quarles
  • At the end of your days, you will be judged by your gallop, not by your stumble. -- Bradley Whitford
  • Even when I cannot see him, I can hear the beautiful gallop of God's heartbeat for humanity. -- Christine Caine
  • Is it not unsupportable to be held down to a canter when you long to gallop for miles? -- Georgette Heyer
  • A fool who has a flash of wit creates astonishment and scandal, like hack-horses setting out to gallop. -- Nicolas Chamfort
  • I imagine horses in the engine, their manes flying, their breaths steaming, their nostrils flaring as they gallop. -- Jenny Downham
  • The only thing that they can be relied on to do is to gallop too far and too fast. -- Duke of Wellington
  • As science pushes forward, ignorance and superstition gallop around the flanks and bite science in the rear with big dark teeth. -- Philip Jose Farmer
  • I still hung onto the hope that my broken knight would gallop back into my life and sweep me off my feet. -- A. Meredith Walters
  • Go Sir, gallop and don't forget that the world was made in six days. You can ask me for anything but not time. -- Napoleon Bonaparte
  • The death I should prefer would be to break my neck off the back of a good horse at a full gallop on a fine day. -- Fanny Kemble
  • A new world order is taking shape so fast that governments as well as private citizens find it difficult just to absorb the gallop of events. -- Mikhail Gorbachev
  • And the English army, wheeling, started south at a gallop over the hill pass into Ettrick, followed by twenty men and eight hundred sheep in steel helmets. -- Dorothy Dunnett
  • Why do you need to gallop while you fly?" "Why do humans have to sway their arms while they walk? I dunno boss, but it just feels right. -- Rick Riordan
  • A horse loves freedom, and the weariest old work horse will roll on the ground or break into a lumbering gallop when he is turned loose into the open. -- Gerry Rafferty
  • Horses are creatures who worship the earth as they gallop on feet of ivory. Constrained by the wonder of dying and birth, the horses still run, they are free. -- John Denver
  • If we are but sure the end is right, we are too apt to gallop over all bounds to compass it; not considering the lawful ends may be very unlawfully attained. -- William Penn
  • Coffee falls into the stomach... ideas begin to move, things remembered arrive at full gallop... the shafts of wit start up like sharp-shooters, similes arise, the paper is covered with ink... -- Honore de Balzac
  • But I should like to take these things on full gallop, instead of dawdling along gaping at them. I get fearfully tired, and a very little Abbey goes a long way with me. -- Susan Hale
  • My fictitious characters will take the bit between their teeth and gallop off and do something that I hadn't counted on. However, I always insist on dragging them back to the straight and narrow -- Colleen McCullough
  • The great affair, the love affair with life, is to live as variously as possible, to groom one's curiosity like a high-spirited thoroughbred, climb aboard, and gallop over the thick, sunstruck hills every day. -- Diane Ackerman