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Hold your horses?

this is a classic, English phrase meaning: "hold on a moment" or "wait a second"
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What does the saying mean by hold your horses?

Hold your horses means wait, hold on. It is normally used when someone is about to do something rash or with undue haste. For more information on the history of the idiom see (MORE)

Where does hold your horses come from?

This comes from horse racing. They used to not have racing gates, and the horses would of course, as they do now, get very excited. So the people there would say to the track (MORE)
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What is better the you phone 5c or 5s?

the 5s because it has better service but it dosent have diffrent  colrs just silver gold and black
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How do you hold reins on a horse?

  It depends on what style riding you are doing. Generally, for single rein English style riding, you hold the reins in each hand between your pinkie and ring fingers (out (MORE)