dressage

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dressage

1. the method of training a horse to perform manoeuvres in response to the rider's body signals
2. the manoeuvres performed by a horse trained in this method
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It was lowered to the Martian surface on three tethers suspended from a hovering sky crane kept airborne with retro rockets * WEDNESDAY AUGUST 8: A fire at Kiwi House, near King''s Cross, central London, after a gas canister being used for a barbecue exploded * TUESDAY AUGUST 7: Great Britain''s Laura Trott with her two Gold medals at Team GB house in London following the last day of the track cycling in the velodrome * WEDNESDAY AUGUST 8: Bob Hoskins, 69, announced he was retiring from acting after being diagnosed with Parkinson's disease * TUESDAY AUGUST 7: Great Britain''s Charlotte Dujardin, left, Carl Hester, centre, and Laura Bechtolsheimer celebrate winning gold in the equestrian dressage team at Greenwich Park, London - GB's first ever team dressage gold.
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