It looks like a hoss shoe, dat I admit, said Jones, but its enchanted.
Go it, and don't let the grass grow under your hoss's irons!
"He won't get very fur on that hoss," said the owner of the animal.
I don't believe I want to be ring-master if we're goin' to have that hoss.
And where a hoss can travel I reckon the old gal here'—slappin' the thwart of the auto alongside of him—'can go too!'
I can't stand here all day, an' the hoss don't mean to let me get away.
For instance, there's a trick that can be worked when you want to buy a hoss cheap and can get at him for a minute.
And then he dove back into the tent for his “hoss” pistol and his rusty spear.
I shouldn't think you'd put on yer boots jest to step to the barn and see to the hoss.
Ye might hit up a little on the Pinto hoss—he ain't harmin' ye.
A strong and dependable person; superior person; strong man; pisser: We didn't have a hoss in the bullpen until Mark Littell started coming through for us (1940s+)