horsebreaker

horsebreaker

a person expert at breaking-in horses.
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She has such a passion for it, I often tell her if everything else fails, she can be a horsebreaker, and get her living so.
He is a veterinary surgeon, a farrier, and horsebreaker.
He was born in March 1912 at St Clears in West Wales and his father Arthur 'was a horsebreaker, livery keeper and point-to-point trainer'.
He was a cowboy with the Miller Brothers 101 Ranch Wild West Show, a test driver, a cavalry sergeant wounded in the Philippines, an aviation mechanic, a sheep herder and during WWI he was a horsebreaker for the French government.
A vicar's son who was trained as a horsebreaker, Lemmy became an unashamed rock Neanderthal shortly after Hawkwind fired him in 1975.
Proceeds from the book 'Captain Thunderbolt: Horsebreaker to Bushranger' will fund improvements to the Tocal Homestead, reported the Newcastle Herald.
When it reaches a point where a saddle can be put on it, another horse and rider is brought in to crowd it up against the fence as the horsebreaker tries to stay on its back for the first time.
Here too the material culture demonstrates a relationship framed in adversarial terms: the horsebreaker uses a lasso to catch and choke the horse into submission, and a whip to dictate its movements.
That makes the translator sound like some kind of horsebreaker or lion tamer, cracking the whip and forcing the other language to submit to English sounds and forms and culture, producing a kind of tame, emasculated English in the process.
a husband she could admire for his feats as a horsebreaker, but could also hate on mornings when he ordered her to unsaddle the horse that had brought him, soaked in gin, back from the bar.