Noun(1) a man skilled in equitation
Adjective(1) of or relating to or composed of knights(2) of or relating to or featuring horseback riding
(1) Thompson's last monument is his only equestrian statue.(2) Active in many sports, Reeve owned several horses and competed in equestrian events regularly.(3) Besides dog and cat events, 2004's exhibition sees the introduction of equestrian stands which will promote responsible horse care and give a greater insight into equestrian sports.(4) This large area, complete with the obligatory equestrian statue (this one is of King Jose I), provides a formal entrance to the city from the river.(5) In this room, the typology of a place royale was established: the organised, uniform square with a central equestrian statue of the sovereign in the centre.(6) Moreover, those responsible for the more traditional equestrian sports may have feared losing players to one that is particularly exciting to play as well as to watch.(7) In fact, when we moved to California, I also tried gymnastics and competed in equestrian riding for many years.(8) Anything we can do to raise awareness of equestrian sport will be beneficial.(9) The equestrian statue in Union Square and triumphal arch in Washington Square Park were adorned with flags and peace signs.(10) But standing before an equestrian statue of Carlos III, he wonders: " What am I supposed to do here?(11) Polo is a highly demanding equestrian sport that combines the skills of the rider and the performance of the horse.(12) The most disciplined and demanding equestrian sport, dressage, was in its full glory at Woorree Park at the weekend.(13) Horse breeding and equestrian sports have always been recognised by the society as an integral part of this activity.(14) In Union Square, the biggest rally gathered beneath an equestrian statue scaled by mourners, draped with American flags and covered with the word ├ö├ç├┐Peace├ö├ç├û, in chalk.(15) Outside his church of St Sophia an equestrian statue showed Justinian in military costume, pointing his hand eastwards.(16) For honorific statues of emperors and mortals, Romans could be portrayed in togas, in military garb, as naked or half-draped figures after Greek prototypes, or on horseback in equestrian statues.
(1) equestrian sport :: hestesport
1. on horseback ::
3. riding ::
4. rider ::
5. horseback rider ::
6. horseman ::
7. horsewoman ::
8. jockey ::
Different Formsequestrian, equestrianism, equestrians
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