from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Variant of Lipizzan.
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- n. a compact and sturdy saddle horse that is bred and trained in Vienna; smart and docile and excellent for dressage
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For hundreds of years, the Lippizaner horses have been escorted inside the Hofburg Imperial Palace in Vienna to train each winter day.
She is Elisabeth Gürtler-Mauthner, managing director of the esteemed Hotel Sacher, and head of the Spanish Riding School (with all the Lippizaner horses).
I've worked the Royal Lippizaner show when it came to my area several years ago.
Some months ago on the White House lawn, Ronald Reagan accepted Austria's gift (whether or not looking it in the mouth) of a Lippizaner called 'Amadeus.'
New York City is the proud home of basketball and ice hockey teams, the favorite site of certain track events, the first port of call of Lippizaner stallions, Russian bears and Scottish bagpipers.
I might not have fallen so madly in love with the voice of a total stranger, if my grandfather hadn't fallen from a circus wagon and been trampled into Polish sausage by Lippizaner stallions and rogue elephants.
On Friday 18th I went to the Spanish Riding school to see the famous Lippizaner Stallions.
Went to Lipica to see the Lippizaner horses performed with classical music.
And while I understood the comedy of it, it never really clicked until today’s episode of The Martha Stewart Show, when one of the famous Lippizaner horses took a mighty, beautiful dump on the Martha Stewart set.
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