equestrian

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equestrian

1. of or relating to horses and riding
2. on horseback; mounted
3. depicting or representing a person on horseback
4. History of, relating to, or composed of knights, esp the imperial free knights of the Holy Roman Empire
5. a person skilled in riding and horsemanship
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The "hoops of fire" through which the equestrienne passes recall the astral "O's" whose light reaches us from the remote past, but Merrill also draws on the burning hoops' conceptual resemblance to neural circuits to evoke the limits of his comprehension.
Nicky's trick-riding team, Equestrienne, ran off with the top prize at the H-Factor horse show at the NEC in 2009.
It is billed as a show for all the family and new to Zippos in 2013 is equestrienne Nicky de Neumann with her horses in new presentations of Roman and Cossack-style riding.
As the nomadic ways of life of individuals such as the clown Carluccio and the equestrienne Antonietta Carrozza were rendered public during the trial, the Fadda affair brought to life a reality that clashed with the official image of Italian men and women cultivated by the official rhetoric of the new nation.
Bird--married himself to a hell-on-wheels aspiring equestrienne named Myndi--is instantly attracted to, and utterly intimidated by, her.
Sarah, 12, a budding equestrienne who volunteers with her mother and sister for Bolton-based Lucky Horse Equine Rescue, wrote a letter to Ms.
Gifford is survived by his wife, Althea, and his children Nick and Tina, who has emulated her mother by becoming a leading equestrienne.
Saudi Arabian equestrienne Dalma Rushdi Hisham Malhas, who won bronze at the 2010 Youth Olympic Games in Singapore, said: "I'm very happy to be here today.
It appears possible that18-year old equestrienne Dalma Rushdi Malhas who won a bronze medal in the 2010 Singapore Youth Olympics, will be their token female athlete.
Before the end of 1850, Malcom appointed the English circus man, Henry Burton, as 'riding master and manager' and Burton's wife, the renowned equestrienne Rosina Lee, the 'late leading actress [sic] at Astley's Amphitheatre' as leading equestrienne.
Every morning the couple was the last to come down for breakfast with the 32-year-old rugby player tucking into a full English while the equestrienne had fruit and cereal, before heading for the pool.
Zara, 30, is a world class equestrienne who is well known across the sporting world by her present name.