“What is the difference between youth and age?” asked the rider.
“In youth,” said the horse, “we cannot discriminate between knowledge and wisdom.
In old age we can.”“As I get older,” said the rider “I find I become less tolerant.”
“As I get older,” said the horse “I can distinguish between the things I should tolerate and the things I should not.”
For further quotes like this straight from the horses mouth, see The Museum of the Horse.