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equestrian

a rider of horses.
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The wife of the seven-time Formula One (F1) champion is one of the 25 ambassadors in the major international championships for equestrianism.
Trunks to create a trunk which would capture the quintessential elegance of equestrianism.
A former minor counties cricketer with Cambridgeshire, that sport has always been his first love but Dicks has even worked in equestrianism.
In equestrianism, which activities comprise a Three Day Event?
Armed Forces Guards engaged in equestrianism at the Cavalry Barracks in Stockholm.
Andrew Tulloch, head of racing at Aintree Racecourse, said: "We are hoping The Equi-Trek National Show will help bring down a lot of new faces to the equestrian centre, with free admission, free parking and access to food stands and bars throughout the day, it's an ideal event for friends or families who are new to the equestrian world and existing fans of British Equestrianism.
Sheikh Hamdan stressed his keenness on promoting the Kuwait-UAE relations in all domains, especially equestrianism, expressing his gratitude to His Highness the Amir for warm reception.
I'm disappointed because I do feel I've given a lot to Paralympic sport and equestrianism.
35am Women's 800m round 1; Lynsey Sharp 12pm Equestrianism, jumping individual round A 12pm Women's 470 sailing races 9 & 10; Hannah Mills and Saskia Clark 12.
Sheikh Mohammed gave Clinton an English copy of his book "My Vision", which describes his personal experiences in politics, economy, culture, equestrianism and Sheikh Mohammed's positive future outlook on his country and its people.
Muna Al Dhaheri, acting chief of Conservation and Education at Al Ain Zoo, said: "The UAE has a strong history in equestrianism, one that will be proudly showcased at DIHF 2013.
The 31,000 square metre exhibition will see 596 companies from 28 countries displaying hunting equipment, falconry tools and implements used in equestrianism, and will also include a host of stalls highlighting traditions such as palm weaving and the art of making traditional Arabian coffee.