in-hand

in-hand

being led; a show class of led horses.
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This year sees the equestrian section expanding to include lead-rein and first ridden in all sections, a cradle and nursery and mixed-height classes in the working hunter ponies, plus the usual hunters ridden and in-hand, Welsh and mountain and moorland classes, the heavy horses, Cleveland Bays and not forgetting the fancy dress.
Ceulan Calon Lan was awarded the Tom and Sprightly Welsh Championship, the (HOYS) Cuddy Supreme In-hand Championship and the Reserve Supreme Horse Championship at the Royal Welsh Show in July.
He said: "We wanted to pull level with them on points, and we have a game in-hand, so that is satisfying.
The show will have 67 classes that mix ridden, in-hand and working hunter pony classes.
The doyen of the Welsh breeds celebrated Calon Lan's win with an in-hand sprint across the main ring - at the age of 83.
Its sleek metal handle -- the only metal handle designed specifically for women -- is designed with a no-slip rubber grip on all sides for in-hand comfort and control.
Instead of working hand- in-hand, the personalities can be switched at will, like tools.
able to shred as much as they used to, Burg always makes it a point to keep a board in-hand at all times.
First as a revolutionary, then as a "reformed" Jacobin, then as a staunch supporter of Napoleon, David made artistic choices went hand- in-hand with his ideological development.
Going to the bank for funding for the heavy equipment needed to do the job would be a lot easier with a contract in-hand, Nolan says.
In addition to being eco-friendly, the patented one-piece oval tube design eliminates the on-line filling problems associated with back-off in conventional tubas with caps, while ensuring the correct in-hand orientation of package graphics for maximum message and branding reinforcement.
The impressive Hazard netted a second after 50 minutes as Chelsea moved a point above Tottenham, with a game in-hand.