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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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His father, who asked not to be named, said the 16-year-old and his 15- year-old friend were riding down Newbold Road, in Rugby, at about 10.
If you can't imagine riding down the open road without a motorcycle jacket, there are several non-leather options.
It has become an annual tradition for me to mark New Year's Day riding down Colorado Boulevard on Rain Bird's float.
CYCLISTS will be slapped with a pounds 30 fine if they continue to flout a traffic order that bans them from riding down one of Cardiff's busiest pedestrian streets, police have warned.
One woman, who lives nearby, said she had seen two motorcycles, each with a rider and passenger, riding down a pedestrian cut at about 5pm.
At an inquest earlier this year witnesses told how Messen was riding down a hill "like a bat out of hell" on his mountain bike.
The teenager was riding down a country lane just before 10am yesterday near the A fon Goch Inn, Trelogan, Holywell, when he was hit by a Ford Escort.
Starting in 1890 with the Valley Hunt Club's first flower-festooned carriages riding down Colorado Boulevard on New Year's Day to advertise sunny Pasadena to the snow-bound East Coast, the parade grew in size and stature.
Now she has suffered another blow after falling off a bike she was riding down a flight of stairs in her new movie comedy Mr Deeds with Adam Sandler.
If you asked me how I would like to spend New Year's Day, my FINAL answer would be riding down Colorado Boulevard in Pasadena's Tournament of Roses Parade as Grand Marshal," said Philbin.