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  • n  a woman horseman

  • Most Manhattan papers brushed off last week's awarding of the American Horse Shows Association's annual medal to Lois Lisanti as horsewoman of the year.
  • He told of her storybook childhood, of how she became a good horsewoman and swimmer, played a social game of tennis, studied piano and the flute.
  • In a sawdust-and-tinsel novel reminiscent of Robertson Davies, Jacob nurses giraffes, bunks with a surly dwarf, falls in love with a sexy horsewoman, gets life lessons from a .

  • Bo Derek in IGNN (press release)
    As both a horsewoman and a compassionate person, I applaud the resolve of the people of Illinois to end the cruel, bloody trade in horsemeat,said actress Bo Derek. "My family hails from the State of Illinois and I know they would be proud...
  • Katie Price in UK Express
    Following the snub, Katie said: "It's pure snobbery. However good a horsewoman I may be, I'm also a glamour model. That embarrassed the organisers. Unless you're a toff or an aspiring actress, they don't want you."

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