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    • Equestrianism

    • Equestrianism (from Latin equester, equestr-, equus, horseman, horse), more often known as riding, horseback riding (American English) or horse riding (British English), refers to the skill of riding, driving, steeplechasing or vaulting with horses. This broad description includes the use of horses for practical workin ... Read »


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    • Bareback riding

    • Bareback riding is a form of horseback riding without a saddle. It requires skill, balance, and coordination, as the rider does not have any equipment to compensate for errors of balance or skill. Proponents of bareback riding argue that riding in this fashion is natural, allows considerable communication with the hor ... Read »


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    • Canadian Equestrian Team

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    • Canadian Equestrian Team

      Red and White The Canadian Equestrian Team or CET (French: Équipe équestre canadienne or EEC) collectively describes the athletes that represent Canada at the highest levels of international equestrian competition, specifically at the World Championship, Olympic, and Paralympic levels. There many different eque ... Read »


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    • Cowboy

    • A cowboy is an animal herder who tends cattle on ranches in North America, traditionally on horseback, and often performs a multitude of other ranch-related tasks. The historic American cowboy of the late 19th century arose from the vaquero traditions of northern Mexico and became a figure of special significance and l ... Read »


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    • Devoucoux

    • Devoucoux is a manufacturer of luxury horse saddles. The company produces over 3,700 unique saddles based on 17 basic models. World class riders, including Olympic Medallist Norman Dello Joio, Karin Donckers, Sara Algotsson use Devoucoux saddles. Devoucoux is also a sponsor of french riders Thomas Carlile, Gilles Pons ... Read »


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    • Driving (horse)

    • Driving, when applied to horses, ponies, mules, or donkeys, is a broad term for hitching equines to a wagon, carriage, cart, sleigh, or other horse-drawn vehicle by means of a harness and working them in this way. It encompasses a wide range of activities from pleasure driving, to harness racing, to farm work, horse sh ... Read »


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    • English riding

    • English riding is a form of horse riding seen throughout the world. There are many variations, but all feature a flat English saddle without the deep seat, high cantle or saddle horn seen on a Western saddle nor the knee pads seen on an . Saddles within the various English disciplines are all designed to allow the hors ... Read »


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    • Equestrian drill team

    • An equestrian drill team is a group of horses and riders performing choreographed maneuvers to music. Teams typically perform at rodeos, horse fairs, parades, benefits, and drill team competitions. Drill teams are intended to entertain, show sportsmanship, horsemanship, teamwork and dedication. Competition drill at the ... Read »


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    • Equestrian facility

    • An equestrian facility is created and maintained for the purpose of accommodating, training or competing equids, especially horses. Based on their use may be known as a barn or stables, riding hall, and may include commercial operations described by terms such as a boarding stable, livery yard, or livery stable. Larger ... Read »


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    • Equestrian perniosis

    • Equestrian perniosis is a skin condition that presents on the lateral thighs of women equestrians who ride on cold damp days. ... Read »


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    • Equestrian Portrait

    • An Equestrian Portrait shows the subject on horseback. Equestrian statues were made as far back as Antiquity. The most famous surviving example is the Roman statue of the Emperor Marcus Aurelius on the Piazza del Campidoglio in Rome. The painting of Horses in art, along with their riders, also became popular. In later ... Read »


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    • Equestrian Scouting and Guiding

    • Equestrian Scouting and Guiding

      Equestrian Scouting and Guiding is a form of Scouting that combines Scouting and equestrianism. It is available as a form of Scouting in the Netherlands, Sri Lanka, and the United States. There are three groups in the Netherlands with equestrian Scouts, namely Ruitergidsen Anne de Guigné in Arnhem, Scouting Vug ... Read »


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    • Equestrian staircase

    • An equestrian staircase or riders' staircase is a very gently sloping flight of steps that can be negotiated by horses. Its origins may be seen in the mule staircases in steep terrain in open country. Its design principles found their way from road construction into building architecture. Here an equestrian stairc ... Read »


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    • Equestrian use of roadways

    • Equestrian use of roadways was routine historically, and continues to be routine in many parts of the world today. It is subject to a wide variety of regulatory, policy, management, and technical issues. Before the popularity of automobiles increased, primarily in the United States of America, seeing someone rid ... Read »


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    • Equine agility

    • Equine agility or horse agility is a sport similar to dog agility but using horses. Horses are asked to navigate an obstacle course with guidance from a human handler on the ground. At lower levels, the horse may be guided with a lead rope but at higher levels the horse works without a lead and in some cases, without a ... Read »


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    • Equitation science

    • Equitation science is defined as "the application of scientific methods to assess objectively the welfare of horses undergoing training." It promotes an evidence-based understanding of horse-rider interactions. The goal is to apply valid, quantitative scientific methods to identify what training techniques are ineffect ... Read »


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    • Horse community

    • A horse community or equestrian community is a planned real estate development or community where people live with their horses on their property or at a facility within the rural or suburban development, with a shared trails network for pleasure riding. There are usually a number of deeded restrictions that can includ ... Read »


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    • Horse name

    • A horse name (yefaras sem in Amharic) is a secondary noble title or a popular name for members of Ethiopian royalty; in some cases the "horse names" are the only name known for a ruler. They take the form of "father of X", where "X" is the name of the person's warhorse. Some known horse names include: ... Read »


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    • Horse passport


    • Jinete

    • Jinete (Spanish pronunciation: [xiˈnete]) is Spanish for "horseman", especially in the context of light cavalry. The word Jinete (of Berber zenata) designates, in Castilian, Catalan, Basque, Galician and the Provençal dialect of Occitan language, those who show great skill and riding especially if this re ... Read »


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    • Master of the Horse

    • The Master of the Horse was (and in some cases, still is) a position of varying importance in several European nations. The original Master of the Horse (Latin Magister Equitum) in the Roman Republic was an office appointed and dismissed by the Roman Dictator, as it expired with the Dictator's own office, typicall ... Read »


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    • Mounted Boy Scout Troop 290

    • Mounted Boy Scout Troop 290 of Ocracoke, North Carolina, is the only mounted troop in the history of the Boy Scouts of America (BSA). The troop was founded by United States Army Lieutenant Colonel Marvin Howard in 1954 and was active for about 10 years. They rode the feral Banker horses of North Carolina's Outer Banks. ... Read »


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    • Mounted Games Association of Great Britain

    • The Mounted Games Association of Great Britain is the governing body for mounted games in Great Britain. It was formed to allow riders to compete in mounted games past The Pony Club upper age limit of 14 years old. The association is one of the 16 organisations which form part of the British Equestrian Federation. Mou ... Read »


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    • Mounting block

    • A mounting block, horse block, or in Scots a loupin'-on-stane is an assistance for mounting and dismounting a horse or cart, especially for the young, elderly or infirm. They were especially useful for women riding sidesaddle, allowing a horse to be mounted without a loss of modesty. They were frequently located outsid ... Read »


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    • Mule ramp

    • A mule ramp, or horse ramp, is a very gently sloping ramp that can be negotiated by pack animals. Originally, mule ramps were used in steep terrain in the open countryside. They usually have steps. Mule ramps were later constructed within large buildings, either as spiral, curved or straight ramps which sometimes ... Read »


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    • Musical Ride

    • Musical Ride

      The Musical Ride of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police is a formal event showcasing the equestrian skills performed by 32 cavalry who are regular members of the force. The event is held in Canada and worldwide to promote the RCMP. The first official ride was held in 1887 in Regina, District of Assiniboia, and was comman ... Read »


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    • Muyedobotongji

    • Muyedobotongji

      Commissioned by King Jeongjo (r. 1740–1810) in 1790, the Muyedobotongji (or Muye Tobo Tong Ji, translating to "Comprehensive Illustrated Manual of Martial Arts") expanded on the eighteen weapons systems identified in the Muyeshinbo of 1758. Written by Yi Deokmu (이덕무, 1741–1793), Pak Je-ga (ë ... Read »


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    • Only Fools on Horses

    • Only Fools on Horses was a BBC reality television programme produced by Endemol UK. The show's name was a play on that of the sitcom Only Fools and Horses, and first aired on 7 July 2006. It featured twelve celebrities who performed equestrian events, with one celebrity being eliminated every day until only one was lef ... Read »


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    • Packhorse

    • A packhorse or pack horse refers to a horse, mule, donkey, or pony used to carry goods on its back, usually in sidebags or panniers. Typically packhorses are used to cross difficult terrain, where the absence of roads prevents the use of wheeled vehicles. Use of packhorses dates from the neolithic period to the present ... Read »


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    • Pegasus crossing

    • A pegasus crossing (United Kingdom; also equestrian crossing) is a type of signalised pedestrian crossing, with special consideration for horse riders. This type of crossing is nicknamed after the mythical winged horse, Pegasus. They are primarily used in the United Kingdom and Peru. At a minimum, these crossings are ... Read »


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    • Pillion

    • A pillion is a mostly British English term for a secondary pad, cushion, or seat behind the main seat or saddle on a horse, motorcycle, bicycle or moped. A passenger in this seat is said to "ride pillion." The word is derived from the Scottish Gaelic for a "little rug," pillean, which is itself from the Latin pellis fo ... Read »


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    • Pleasure driving

    • Pleasure driving is a horse show class seen in the United States, which features light breeds of horses and ponies hitched to a two or four-wheeled show cart. Horses are driven at a walk and two speeds of trot, generally designated as a working or regular trot and an extended "strong" trot. Many horse breeds compete in ... Read »


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    • Pleasure riding

    • Pleasure riding is a form of equestrianism that encompasses many forms of recreational riding for personal enjoyment, absent elements of competition. Pleasure riding is called "hacking" in British English, and in parts of the eastern United States and Canada. In the United States, particularly the American west, the te ... Read »


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    • Ponying

    • Ponying is the practice of leading one horse while riding another. It is used as a method to exercise horses too young to be ridden, a way to provide light work to injured horses or those recovering from illness or surgery. It also is a useful method by which a single individual can condition more than one horse at a t ... Read »


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    • Quarter marks

    • Quarter marks are a type of ornamentation on a horse seen in certain types of exhibition or competition. Typically, these marks are found on the croup of the animal and are created by combing its hair in different directions, creating contrasting areas. The classic design was created by hand-creating each square with a ... Read »


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    • Queen's Award for Equestrianism


    • Riding for the Disabled Association

    • The Riding for the Disabled Association, also known as the RDA is a United Kingdom based charity focused on providing horse-riding and carriage driving lessons to people with both developmental and physical disabilities. In addition to running international operations, the RDA is also a member of the international umb ... Read »


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    • Riding hall

    • A riding hall or riding arena is a building (part of an equestrian facility) that is specially designed for indoor horse riding. Smaller, private buildings contain only space for riding, while larger commercial facilities contain a "ring" or "arena" within a larger building an exclusively for equestrian use, but may al ... Read »


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    • Riding horse

    • A riding horse or a saddle horse is a horse used by mounted horse riders for sport, recreation or transportation. It is unclear exactly when horses were first ridden because early domestication did not create noticeable physical changes in the horse. However, there is strong circumstantial evidence that horse were rid ... Read »


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    • Saddle sore

    • A saddle sore in humans is a skin ailment on the buttocks due to, or exacerbated by, horse riding or cycling on a bicycle saddle. It often develops in three stages: skin abrasion, folliculitis (which looks like a small, reddish acne), and finally abscess. Because it most commonly starts with skin abrasion, it is desir ... Read »


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    • Kamaka Stillman

    • Kamaka Stillman

      Ke AliÊ»i Kamaka Oukamakakaokawaukeoiopiopio Stillman (1833 - 1924) was an aliÊ»i (hereditary noble) of the Kingdom of Hawaii as well a prominent figure after its overthrow through equestrianism as a PaÊ»u rider in the Kamehameha Day celebrations as well as an acknowledged authority on Hawaiian genealogy and oral ... Read »


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    • Tetrathlon

    • A tetrathlon (from the numerical prefix "" meaning four) is a team competition organized by Pony Clubs for its members. It is a variant of the modern pentathlon, without fencing. Thus it comprises the four disciplines of shooting, swimming, riding and running. Ideally, teams consist of four members from one pony club ... Read »


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    • Winter Equestrian Festival

    • Coordinates: 26°38′01″N 80°16′23″W / 26.633716°N 80.273066°W / 26.633716; -80.273066 The Winter Equestrian Festival (WEF) is an annual equestrian festival running for 12 weeks between January and April in Wellington, Florida. It is the largest and longest-running equest ... Read »


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