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  • n. Plural form of equestrienne.


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  • At Colonial Academy, the equestriennes are each assigned a horse to share with two or three other girls for the year, and mine is a beautiful dark gelding named Blackjack.

    Dear Pen Pal

  • Located in the rolling hills of Virginia's horse country, Hollins offers outstanding training for equestriennes.


  • On the far side of all this was the riding ring, where young equestrians and equestriennes cantered their bob-tailed hacks before judges who looked, it seemed to a giggling Meggie, rather like horses themselves.

    The Thorn Birds

  • And, as they are _equestriennes_, we will describe their riding-habits in the words of the same traveler:

    The Aldine, Vol. 5, No. 1., January, 1872 A Typographic Art Journal

  • Gauntlet gloves and natty riding whips completed the equipment of the riders, and when they went out ready to mount they were as neat a crowd of equestriennes as ever graced Central Park.

    Blue Bonnet's Ranch Party

  • Following the band were the lady equestriennes, a large number of ladies being in line.

    Roosevelt in the Bad Lands

  • They crowded inside – twice as many as the hearse would hold – they swarmed over the driver's seat and the step; and two equestriennes even perched themselves on the horses 'backs.

    Just Patty

  • Presumably our young equestriennes, if abroad, had taken some other direction.

    Fibble, D.D.

  • Vastly to the young man's relief the band began to play, and the equestrians and equestriennes capered out from the dressing-tent for the

    The Gentleman from Indiana

  • A ring horse is one that just goes round the ring for the bareback riders and equestriennes to perform on.

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