Frank 'Flip' Flippen: Your daughter can sure handle a horse.
Rusty Ransom: Does a pretty good job with men, too.
Frank 'Flip' Flippen: What did he mean by that?
Frederick Thomas 'Fred' Kelly: How should I know?
Frank 'Flip' Flippen: Mind if I find out?
Frederick Thomas 'Fred' Kelly: You generally do.
Frank 'Flip' Flippen: I was just tellin' your father that you're real good on a horse. Not many women can handle them like you do.
Joan Ransom: Oh, it's not hard - not if you know the tricks.
Frank 'Flip' Flippen: Oh? Is there something I can learn?
Joan Ransom: I think so. First you have to distract there attention. Hey, look!
[when Flip turns, Joan knocks him to the ground]
Joan Ransom: Then you put them in their place...
[Joan places her boot firmly in the middle of Flip's chest]
Joan Ransom: Then you keep them there. Otherwise they think they're dealing with a fan-talker who's more interested in good looks than good sense... and when they've learned their first lesson you tell them to go on into the house and drink their coffee.
Frank 'Flip' Flippen: And since when do horses drink coffee?
Joan Ransom: Since when have we been talking about horses?
The O'Mara: You know it's been a great big mistake. The horses are back in the corral already. Just talk to my deputy.
Frederick Thomas 'Fred' Kelly: Which one.
The O'Mara: The one you didn't shoot.
The O'Mara: Listen, Kathy, I told you that I loved you.
Kathy: But you forgot to ask me to marry you!