side-saddle


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side-saddle

a riding saddle originally designed for women riders in skirts who sit with both legs on the near side of the horse
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She said: "I don't know why when I was lying in hospital that I decided I wanted to ride side-saddle all of a sudden.
Back-of-cab or side-saddle configurations are available from 30-220 DGE to meet various fleet range requirements.
As long as they were already handing out beach towels as a promotion this weekend anyway, why not watch the kids jockey for position to be first on the backstretch side-saddle Seabiscuit inner tube ride?
New to the show this year are novice jumpers and side-saddle riders.
TRADITIONAL woodland crafts, a farmers' market, side-saddle riding and spectacular displays by the Red Devils parachute team are just a few of the attractions being lined up for this year's Town and Country Festival.
The Vac-Tec vacuum systems also features a fully opening rear dumping door with a hydraulic locking mechanism; a four-stage filtration system incorporating a cyclonic pre-filter; side-saddle water tanks for constant tongue weight; large silencer and enclosed engine compartment; and a heavy-duty trailer and components.
One water-safety expert told People Sport that Shearer, riding side-saddle because of his knee injury, "risked hurting himself very badly".
Side-saddle to the classrooms, beneath the third flank of the Corten roof, are stacked the remaining shared activities: a library, an open work/play area with cubistic pine tables, and a curving cafeteria fed by dumb waiter from the kitchens below.
PICK OF THE DAY POSH PEOPLE: INSIDE TATLER (9pm BBC2) FROM side-saddle steeple-chasing, to the Queen's Cup Polo Match, the easiest way to wangle your way into high society these days, it would seem, is to be a horse.
Male riders wore top hats and female riders rode side-saddle.
Spectators will be wowed by The Concourse d'Elegance, featuring the popular side-saddle showing classes.