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ride

1. control and direct a horse while mounted on it.
2. lane cut through a wood.

ride work
to ride a horse for the purpose of training it for a race.
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Hampton are riding high at the head of Warwickshire.
Newcastle goalkeeper Tim Krul ensured that the Magpies stayed riding high in the Barclays Premier League, after serving up a handful of stunning saves in their victory over Wolves.
CROSS KEYS, riding high after a bright start to the season, suffered a shock 25-6 defeat at home to BEDWAS.
While Katie Melua is riding high in Amazon's CD sales chart with her new album Piece by Piece, the online retailer warned yesterday of a sales slowdown in the run-up to Christmas.
Its first album, Twice the Speed of Life, and single, "Baby Girl," are riding high on the Billboard country charts and even have hung around the pop top 40, with a second single, "Something More," just breaking.
Bolton are riding high in the league following the 4-1 win over Leeds to add to their trip to the Carling Cup final, where they narrowly lost to Middlesbrough.
His current hit Dude is still riding high in the Irish charts.
Schott, top of the Premier League averages, stands in for Mirko Wolter and Tigers co- promoter Stewart Dickson said: "We'll have our work cut out - they also track our former rider Emiliano Sanchez who knows Ashfield well and Chris Harris who is riding high in the averages.
BT was riding high on the Footsie risers board as it unveiled a 44pc rise in underlying pre-tax profits to pounds 1.
The chart includes Debbie Gibson, Suzi Quatro and, of course, the two women currently riding high as female music icons Kylie Minogue and Britney Spears.
Real estate is riding high with investors as they try to buy property now, before prices rise any higher.
In fact, he's riding high as the CEO and president of the newly created House of Blues Sports.