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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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He said his shoulder went when he was riding down the back straight.
It might be the amazing view from the top, the sense of achievement from getting there, the memories you have from riding down it, or the fact that it takes you to your favourite place.
A 13-YEAR-OLD boy was airlifted to hospital after he fell off his motorbike while riding down a dirt track.
In 1929, he was riding down a country lane when a car ploughed head-on into him - but the driver was a doctor who saved his life.
The children were riding down a narrow country lane behind a car driven by their father Gary, 46, when Elizabeth's machine was in collision with the Range Rover, which was travelling in the opposite direction.
The youngster went over the handlebars and landed on the ground while riding down a steep grassy knoll near his home.
For instance, when they were in the desert they showed a glimpse of a skateboarder riding down the road on a toilet attached to a skateboard.
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.