unridden

unridden

(ʌnˈrɪdən)
adj
(of a horse, etc) not or never ridden
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He recounts a few times he walked away from unridden surf with a sense of shame.
Not all the cavalry were good riders, particularly the men from the city squadrons who, to make matters worse, were usually issued the half broken "rent-a-steeds." Every cavalry unit, however, had experienced roughriders on hand who were tasked with breaking unruly horses or rescuing hapless troopers "not familiar with either the disposition or the wonderful possibilities of a western cayuse." When a runaway took place-and it apparently happened quite often-these specialists would rope in an unridden horse or, if the rider was still gamely "in distress, hanging on the back of a rearing, plunging" cayuse, they would come alongside and shout, "a few queer and shout "a few queer phrases of their own to try and instil him in a little self-confidence."
Nothing looks lamer to me than an unridden board." I think it's this same desire for tangibility that has him continuing to put out a paper and print 'zine in the age of digital media: "It gives you something to hold on to!" He's obviously not alone in this way of thinking, as paper 'zines continue to circulate in the underground and nether regions where the Internet either isn't welcome or has simply not yet penetrated.
Googling a runner Reindeer Dippin 2.20 Hexham Reindeer Dippin, a legend in the world of bull riding, hung up his horns, or whatever bulls do, last year and earned this glowing tribute from star rider Justin McBride: "He is psychotic." The Hall of Famer had a 95.74 per cent buckoff rate against the top riders in the world, and in three separate years went completely unridden (2004, 2006 and 2007).
The constant paddling against what felt like a river in the ocean quickly tired everyone out, and we were back on the beach watching the waves go unridden.
"It just goes to show that with a little searching there are still plenty of waves going unridden in Europe, despite the huge crowds at almost every well-known surfspot.
At the same time, Hurston sees that the horse is in a position to say indirectly what he or she cannot otherwise say without negative consequences: "Under the whip and guidance of the spirit-rider, the 'horse' does and says many things that he or she would never have uttered unridden....