Don't spare the horses

Don't spare the horses.

  (Australian informal)
something that you say to someone in order to tell them to hurry Go and buy some milk and don't spare the horses.
See also: horse, spare
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Put me down for a picnic to Stanley Park in a waggonette and don't spare the horses.
Hyperactive even when he's presenting some quite sensible item on Saturday Kitchen, here he's been told to go for broke and don't spare the horses.
Little wonder, and Hills should look in the circumstances pronto, and don't spare the horses.
SADDLE up and don't spare the horses - we're hitting the trail to London's Wild West End.
TAKE me to Le Mans - and don't spare the horses - that was the cry as I slid behind the wheel of this beauty.
Oh, of course, don't spare the horses on your way back, just in case we get a little thirsty.
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