ride


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Legal, Financial, Acronyms, Idioms, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.

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.
References in periodicals archive ?
Register and take part in one ride and you will receive a Sky Ride Local sports watch.
Almost three-fourths of the "mall ride" injuries occurred when a child fell in, on, off or against the ride.
In September the rides will be: - Cannon Hill Extreme (Ride Strong); Cannon Hill Park Explorer (Ride Easy); Premier Waterside in Sutton Park (Ride Well); Millionaire Miles (Ride Steady).
The ride was down for maintenance during the busy summer months of June to August 2002, and it recently required routine off-season maintenance before re-opening earlier this month.
These ride elements provide thrills because they seem out of control--and they sort of are.
At that point, I don't think we imagined it was possible to go the next step and have the residents actually ride.
Noll is surfing's Pollock, a macho, hard-drinking lug who was among the first to ride Waimea Bay, which he refers to, teary eyed, as his "gal.
The ride is rare among mountain-bike routes: There is more down (10 miles) than up (four).
On another Sunday morning, 38 years later, 90 immigrants and their supporters, part of the Immigrant Worker Freedom Rides, reenacted the Pettus Bridge march, this time singing "We Shall Overcome" and "Las Mananitas de los Inmigrantes" and chanting "Somos Uno/We are One.
While it's true that mostly girls are attracted to summer equestrian programs, many boys ride and love horses.
Based on the attendance and injury numbers, we estimate that there are about 2,500 fixed-site amusement ride injuries annually, or just over eight per million visitors.
The center and the foundation have relied on the proceeds from the TeamWorks-produced California AIDS Ride for 13% and 25% of their respective AIDS service budgets for close to a decade.