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e·ques·tri·enne

 (ĭ-kwĕs′trē-ĕn′)
n.
A woman who rides a horse or performs on horseback.

[equestr(ian) + -ienne, feminine suff. (from French, feminine of -ien, -ian).]
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equestrienne

(ɪˌkwɛstrɪˈɛn)
n
(Professions) a female rider on horseback, esp one in a circus who performs acrobatics
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e•ques•tri•enne

(ɪˌkwɛs triˈɛn)

n.
a woman who rides horses.
[1860–65]
usage: See -enne.
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Sources supplied the Inquirer with copies of a POC letter to the IOC seeking clarification on the former top equestrienne's role in such capacity.
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The collage shows the princess' growth from 1999-2019 as an accomplished Olympian, Equestrienne and martial artist.
In last year's SEA Games in Malaysia, the Philippines lost one gold medal when an equestrienne tested positive of cocaine.
An accomplished equestrienne, this beautiful young lady juggles her studies and her sport quite successfully as she has been bringing home medals every time much to the delight of her doting parents.
The club, replete with horse pastures, paddocks (Gail, Mike's wife, is an accomplished equestrienne), and grand old red barn, is a landscape from a Currier and Ives print--especially when set against a white, winter landscape.
In the evening, the Bratislava-based Divadlo Bez Domova (Theatre of the Homeless) will bring a staged reading from the book The Equestrienne by Kovalyk.
In addition to a full roster of Division II sports programs, including football, basketball, baseball, soccer, softball, volleyball, and track, it also touts an equestrienne team, a skeet shooting team, and an archery team.
Her father was a stockbroker and her mother was an equestrienne of Irish Catholic heritage, (https://www.biography.com/people/jacqueline-kennedy-onassis-9428644) reports said.
(A few weeks ago while hiking a trail in a somewhat remote area, I witnessed an equestrienne astride her steed conversing via a cell phone--one of the more jarring incongruities I've experienced.) It seems that, as a society, we are uncomfortable with silence, and, I suspect, concomitantly uncomfortable to be alone with our own thoughts.