Frank T. Hopkins: Mister... you can say anything you want about me. I'm gonna have to ask you not to talk about my horse that way.
Frank T. Hopkins: Nobody hurts my horse.
Frank T. Hopkins: Let 'er buck.
Jazira: Goodbye... Blue Child.
Frank T. Hopkins: Get out of here mister. Leave me be.
Yusef: This is not possible...I was charged with the crime of stealing milk. As punishment I have been assigned to the American and his horse.
Frank T. Hopkins: You're working for me?
Yusef: It was this or be removed of my left hand. The future will tell if I have chosen poorly.
Buffalo Bill Cody: Hidalgo is a legend. He's never lost a long distance race.
Frank T. Hopkins: [to Hidalgo] C'mon little brother. Checkout time. Yeah.
Sheik Riyadh: Tell me about this Wyatt Earp... and Doctor Holliday.
Frank T. Hopkins: [after Hidalgo has thrown him off] You're lucky this gun's got blanks.
[trips off banner fence]
Buffalo Bill Cody: [about Hopkins] Can cross the country in thirty days but can't find his horse backstage!
Frank T. Hopkins: Western justice, partner.
Annie Oakley: We're betting on the last American cowboy!
Frank T. Hopkins: [sees the sandstorm] What in hellfire...?
Aziz: Have you never seen a slave market, Mr. Frank?
Sheik Riyadh: Never before has a foreigner partaken in the Great Race.
Frank T. Hopkins: For a man of such high rank you're kind of short, Aziz.
Jaffa: If any harm has befallen the child, I shall remove your head myself!
Jazira: What does this mean?
Frank T. Hopkins: Shunka Wakan? Big dog. There's no word in Sioux for horse. When the Indians saw the first one the Spanish brought over, they didn't know what the hell it was. When they saw how it could run, carry a man through battle, become his friend for life, well, they figured it had to be a sacred animal.
Frank T. Hopkins: When you're in a desert, the sight of green grass and fresh water can be mighty tempting. Sometimes you're just seeing things.
Lady Anne Davenport: Tell me, Mr. Hopkins, what breed is your stud?
Frank T. Hopkins: Hidalgo's a mustang, ma'am.
Major Davenport: Oh! Mustang?
Lady Anne Davenport: From the Spanish "mesteño". Meaning "untamed".
Frank T. Hopkins: That's right.
Lady Anne Davenport: Horse of the red Indian. Small, hearty. Mixed blood, of Spanish origin.
Major Davenport: Mixed.