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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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Cheddar Gorge, Somerset: One of the most elite cycling descents, those who tackle the gorge are faced with an 11km ride to reach its peak before an exhilarating ride down.
As many as 1,000 people are expected to ride down to the south coast for Britain's first National Lesbian and Gay Biker Rally.
On a ten-day trip to New Zealand for a wedding, they were all "absolutely delighted" to be joined by John Key on a ride down the Shotover River's dramatic and narrow canyons.
Larry Hagman and Linda Gray literally brought rush hour traffic to a standstill when they took to horseback for a ride down Wilshire Boulevard in Beverly Hills.
A MAN fuelled by a daylong lager binge took a child's mini-moto on a ride down a residential street.
Those who had ridden the refurbished trains said the ride down the new tracks were more pleasant.
London, March 31 (ANI): Prince Harry was spotted enjoying a thrilling ride down country lanes in his 160mph mega bike.
I WAS horrified to ride down street after street of boarded up houses in Anfield.
However I would never cycle on the road in that area as there are lots of parked cars and, being a cyclist, I would have to ride down the centre of the road to avoid the parked cars thus being in danger of been knocked down.
A New Zealand court has allowed a parade of topless porn stars on motorbikes to ride down Aukland's main street.
It was to be the last ride down that section of the river, which will soon be blocked by the hydroelectric plant.
Then finished the day with a high-speed ride down the 750-metre-long toboggan run, which is located next to the chairlift station.