horsey set

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Noun1.horsey set - a set of people sharing a devotion to horses and horseback riding and horse racing
band, circle, lot, set - an unofficial association of people or groups; "the smart set goes there"; "they were an angry lot"
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The 35-year-old, from Selly Oak, says her Brummie accent and notoriety had hampered her attempts to join the horsey set.
Instead of Jessbrook becoming a centre for the horsey set it became known locally as "Hash Hall" to remind the crook it was built with drug money.
It is the number one selling pickup truck with the farming community and horsey set, with Isuzu claiming the D-Max to be the successor to the late lamented Defender.
A less amusing set of people never filled the imaginary world of a novelist," carped a September 1907 review of Joseph Conrad's The Secret Agent, published in Country Life, the stuffy English periodical (still going strong) devoted to racing, golfing, and the horsey set.
Not only do she and Taryn both love the show ring, but Taryn's twin brother, Chase, also is part of the horsey set, although with less fervor than his sister's.
com Travel Deals page is similar to Travelzoo or Orbitz, but for the horsey set,” said Darley Newman, the host and producer of Equitrekking, and an award-winning entrepreneur.
Surely there's a gel for him somewhere among the horsey set who enjoy spending time in draughty castles, glad-handing strangers in factories and laughing at the Duke of Edinburgh's jokes?
For those in the horsey set, polo season is in full swing, For those following this seasons Fashion trends, bright hues lead the pack.
I'VE always got the impression that some of the horsey set tend to look down at us doggie folk.
Also swigging champagne with the horsey set was Geordie pop star Michelle Heaton.
But it looked like Jordan just didn't want Peter hanging around her horsey set any more.