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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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Ride the rails with TV'S Ben Fogle as he takes us on his Top 10 train trips
Grammy Award winner Patty Loveless will once again ride the rails as the special guest on the 2007 Santa Train, a holiday project that benefits children in the Appalachia region, co-sponsored by Abingdon, Va.
It was one thing for a dissertation completed only months after the Blue Line's opening to speculate that few would ride the rails.
You don't gotta ride the rails to be the next big thing (though it sure don't hurt).
He hopes that his school will close down, leaving him and his best friend free to ride the rails to the wheat harvests in the Dakotas.
born sire Ride the Rails and the Argentine dam Candy Girl, won his three starts in that country by a combined 28 lengths, winning on dirt and turf and romping at 1-2 odds in the Group 1 Gran Premio Juaquin S.
And Charlie must find the 17-year-old niece of the man who taught him how to ride the rails.
The goal is encouraging even more travelers to ride the rails, a transportation option that's convenient, comfortable, and better for the environment than the family car.
A wooden replica of the steam train brought over from Poland recently to ride the rails of the Garw line has been specially fashioned for the top prize in a raffle that will help provide the project with specialist equipment and extra facilities.
Rene Champion, who as a 16-year-old boy left Johnstown, Pennsylvania, to ride the rails, recalls: