- n. Plural form of equestrian.
“This isn’t because of some desire to protect locals-only knowledge (if the number of other dog-walkers, mountain bikers, and equestrians is any indicator, these are far from secret trails), I was just following the group blindly and honestly don’t know where I was in greater detail than “Redmond, east of the Sammamish river.””
“Amongst the equestrians was a very small child of about ten, who danced and rode, and was much applauded, but seemed nervous and delicate.”
“Originally, the equestrians were a burgess cavalry; but gradually all who possessed estates of four hundred thousand sesterces were liable to cavalry service, and became enrolled in the order, which thus comprehended the whole senatorial and non-senatorial noble society of Rome.”
“This festival of flower-covered floats, marching bands, equestrians and a college football game is watched in person by hundreds of thousands of spectators on the parade route, broadcast on multiple TV networks in the US and seen by millions more on TV worldwide in more than 200 countries.”
“CONAN: And equestrians, tell us what you think of the WEG, the World Equestrian Games, thus far?”
“Yes we are a nation with too much “stuff” and equestrians in particular have many pieces and parts to their hobby.”
“The 3 week show draws equestrians from all over the world as quarter horse owners vie for many prizes and titles.”
“Crucially, Rivas understood this work like some equestrians are said to understand horses.”
“The castle offers basic equipment for less avid anglers and equestrians.”
“Best for: Golfers, equestrians and those seeking the cultural vibrancy of a major college town.”
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