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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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Born into poverty in the late nineteenth century, Agnes worked from a young age, took care of her three younger siblings, and refined her skills as a hunter, gatherer, and equestrienne. Fueled by her love of reading and a keen intelligence, she parlayed her autodidactic ways into a teaching job in remote New Mexico.
Since she was really interested in horses, she became an expert equestrienne."
Colorfully illustrated by Kerr, an artist and equestrienne, the book tells the authentic story of the Banker Colonial Spanish Mustangs through the eyes of Croatoan, a famous stallion that was "King" of a herd of horses that roam the beaches.
Another great part of this book are the elements of the equestrienne prowess of Thea and some of the other girls.
The accomplished equestrienne specializes in ranches, horse properties and beachfront estates in Santa Barbara, Montecito and the Santa Ynez Valley.
The images Merrill uses to figure aspects of memory are sometimes conventional (mirror, projector, computer, bank) and sometimes novel (postcard, puzzle, hoop-jumping equestrienne), but in all cases they manifest his preoccupation with the material determination of mental experience.
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.
Kick THE BALL!" She has a complicated, mildly sympathetic sexual history with powerful men who promise and then fail to divorce their wives on Angel's behalf, leaving her with the nickname "Silo." 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.