eventing

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eventing

(ɪˈvɛntɪŋ)
n
(Horse Training, Riding & Manège) the sport of taking part in equestrian competitions (esp three-day events), usually consisting of three sections: dressage, cross-country riding, and showjumping
eˈventer n
Translations
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eventing

[ɪˈventɪŋ] Nconcursos mpl hípicos (de tres días)

eventing

[ɪˈvɛntɪŋ] nconcours m complet (équitation)

eventing

n (Sport) → Military f

eventing

[ɪˈvɛntɪŋ] n (Sport) → concorso ippico
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Alexandra has recently competed in the BRC Horse Trial Champs 2013, BRC National Champs 2014 Style Jumping, where she won, and the British Eventing champs 2014.
TONY McCOY will tomorrow continue his seemingly unstoppable march towards a 20th jump jockeys' crown when back in action at Market Rasen, but his fall at Worcester on Wednesday has robbed Barbury International Horse Trial spectators of his presence in the saddle today.
STRUGGLE: Zara Phillips tries to control her ride at a horse trial
GLUM megastar Ewan McGregor was a picture of misery yesterday after being snubbed at a top Scottish horse trial.
They went to the BRC Horse Trial Championships in 2013 and then won at the BRC National Championships 2014 Style Jumping.
Fox-Pitt, 39, amassed pounds 99,000 in prize money and has also taken an unassailable lead for the HSBC FEI Classic Four Star Global Horse Trial series, which climaxes in Pau, France on October 22-26.
Mike Tucker, of the British Horse Trial Association, was baffled by the number of recent deaths in the sport.
Piggy French riding Westwood Mariner to victory in the CIC 3 star at <BBurgham International Horse Trial in July last year GROSSICK RACING
GLUM Hollywood mega-star Ewan McGregor appeared thoroughly bored yesterday after the public ignored him at a top Scottish horse trial.
NOT TO BE: Castle wedding; IGNORED: Anne's horse trial
PICTURE a horse trial and most of us would come up with an idyllic rural setting, graced with country types and cut-glass accents.
A promising young rider who was "mad about horses" has become the fifth eventer in as many months to die during a horse trial competition.