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horsemanship

hawrs muhn ship

  • n  skill in handling and riding horses

  • Villegas was a handsome professional who inspired the students with his horsemanship.
  • Thorpe tried his hand at golf (low 80s), bowling (over 200), was proficient at hockey, lacrosse, swimming, rifle shooting, squash, handball and horsemanship.
  • The Mexicans, who rode off with horsemanship honors at last summer's Olympics, jogged confidently into the arena at Madison Square Garden last week.
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  • Monty Roberts in OpEdNews
    Monty Roberts, known as the "horse whisperer" and bestselling author of the book The Man Who Listens to Horses, said of racing: "A whip has no place in horsemanship at all. It's medieval for horses."
  • Richard Mandella in USA Today
    The whole industry, not just trainers - grooms, hot walkers, exercise riders and assistant trainers - they've all lost a lot of horsemanship in it,Mandella said.
  • John Seigenthaler in The Tennessean
    More than anybody else, she established Nashville as a place where horsemanship was respected and admired,said John Seigenthaler, publisher emeritus of The Tennessean.

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