equestrianism

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e·ques·tri·an

 (ĭ-kwĕs′trē-ən)
adj.
1. Of or relating to horseback riding or horseback riders.
2. Depicted or represented on horseback: an equestrian statue of a famous monarch.
n.
One who rides a horse or performs on horseback.

[From Latin equester, equestr-, from eques, horseman, from equus, horse; see ekwo- in Indo-European roots.]

e·ques′tri·an·ism, e·ques′tri·an·ship n.

equestrianism

1. the art of horsemanship.
2. the practice of this art. — equestrian, equestrienne, n. — equestrian, adj.
See also: Horses
Translations
lovaglás

equestrianism

[ɪˈkwestrɪənɪsm] Nequitación f

equestrianism

[ɪˈkwɛstriənɪzəm] n (= sport) → hippisme m

equestrianism

nPferdesport m, → Reiten nt
References in classic literature ?
Eighteen months later--that is to say, on the 15th of February, 1837--he sold the sulky and bought a saddle--said horseback-riding was what the doctor had always recommended HIM to take, and dog'd if he wanted to risk HIS neck going over those mountain roads on wheels in the dead of winter, not if he knew himself.
On the way back from a horseback-riding lesson that Khloe and Scott did together, Scott was raving about how much fun he had.
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After the participant arrived at the horseback-riding center, his walking gait was recorded prior to his therapeutic riding session.
The exhibit includes hundreds of things given to Reagan from people all over the word, including horseback-riding gear, sports collectibles, unique original creations and fine works of art.
Horseback-riding herders known as Scythians or Scythes once traveled far and wide across Eurasia.
Among the attractions available to guests at the new port calls will be whale-watching, beautiful beaches, critically acclaimed golf courses, horseback-riding, and plenty of watersports.
There are a large number of books on the market for horseback-riding enthusiasts.
However, the risk for injury during horseback riding probably was substantially greater than for bicycle riding: during 1989-1991, the rate of horseback-riding injury sufficiently severe to require hospital-based emergency care was an estimated 28 per 100,000 riding hours (6), while the rate for bicycle-associated injuries was 3.
18] A total of 4000 household names (out of 350,000) were randomly selected from the mailing list of a national mail-order company that sells horseback-riding equipment.
There's also horseback-riding in the hills above Jaco, which offer spectacular views of the beach and access to a bird-watchers paradise.
Called Laughlin Ranch and situated on what the developers are promoting as ``Arizona's West Coast,'' Lords' master-planned community of 45,000 town homes, homes and estates will eventually include four golf courses, shops, restaurants and more than 60 miles of walking, hiking, bicycling and horseback-riding trails - most of which will be available to the public.