Don’t beat a horse while it’s down

In the seemingly never ending mashups of idioms involving the word “horse”, I give you this latest one, uttered by my grandnephew Nathan Hatfield.   His Dad was asking him about a project he was working on.  It is a mashup of “Kick (one) when (one) is down” (to criticize someone wh has already suffered a setback) and “beat a dead horse” (to continue to focus or talk about something).  Idioms that include the word “horse” are for some reason continually mixed up.  See my website and type in “horse”.  You will be amazed.  A big thanks to John Hatfield III for hearing this one and passing it on!

beating a dead horse


2 Comments on “Don’t beat a horse while it’s down”

  1. Love it. Could be a whole new idiom. Since a horse is normally whipped/beaten, it could mean give me a break before you start harassing me again 😂

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