You can get “money, Nobels… celebrity for any cause or hobbyhorse….”
Obama came out for medical malpractice reform, a GOP hobbyhorse roughly forever (although the devil is in the details).
That you must carry everyone with you, swelling the ranks, is a hard-ridden Wasp hobbyhorse.
It was Malcolm's hobbyhorse, dappled gray, the tail and the mane missing and the paint worn off—and tenderly licked off—his nose.
Now for a short ride on my chief (at present) hobbyhorse, viz.
It had a sunshade and ground-reflector wings, and Bordman rode tiredly on a hobbyhorse saddle in its back cargo section.
Not one of them has any hobbyhorse, to use the phrase of Sterne.
Once active members of real Society; no woman could go back to "society," any more than a roughrider could return to a hobbyhorse.
There he saw a spring hobbyhorse, as large as a Shetland pony, all saddled and bridled, too—lacking nothing but a rider.
Sheard was on his hobbyhorse, and there were few there disposed to follow him.