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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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33) To engage in hunting on a horse, particularly in the early days when a sidesaddle was expected of women, would have required being a competent rider.
You cannot pursue the matter of presents any distance without coming upon toe covers and sidesaddles.
A scene of mountains reflected in water follows and mirrors the shape of a glamorous saddle in the work's opening shot (the sidesaddle from Cremaster 5 covered in mirror-like sterling-silver tiles).
In the Trooping procession, the Princess Royal, as Colonel of the Blues and Royals, didn't ride sidesaddle - unlike the Queen, who always does.
This article examines in-cab and sidesaddle fuel tank design and potential sources of ignition.
Hock, chairman, president, and CEO of the Denver-based utility company, sitting sidesaddle on a chair and leaning curiously forward and to one side.
At the Nevada County Fairgrounds, thisfestival hosts nationally known performers such as The Osborne Brothers and California bluegrass bands--The Sawtooth Mountain Boys, Sidesaddle, Weary Hearts.
Haag, who putts in an unorthodox sidesaddle manner, was solid on the greens all day, but conceded that success in the tournament is based on withstanding the inevitable fatigue.
Main results: horses: |Supreme and Sidesaddle, Helen Thomas.
There are qualifiers for the CHAPS championships, sidesaddle qualifiers and the BSPS David Manning championship," said Julia.
Choi's manager Michael Yim said: "The concept of a sidesaddle putting style has been around for years.
He took well to the sidesaddle, but is still a bit confused about the lack of a right leg down his side," she explains with a smile.