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` ` Niko threw me a half-pass, half-shot, and I was just trying to tip it, '' Hossa said.
After a springy trot that loosened up the horse, they tried some fancy hoofwork: the half-pass, in which the horse moves diagonally across the field, feet crossing and uncrossing in a sort of four-legged Electric Slide.
When at last the lights of the lodge at the gate of Wedeling gleamed out through the trees, it was half-pass three, and a wet spring snow was falling softly.
Grade IV riders need big-moving, well-behaved Prix St. Georges horses with the training and ability to perform simple changes, walk pirouettes, half-pass trot and canter, and collected, medium, and extended canter.
Don't "half-pass" a bike, move right, and clothes line him with your SUV mirror.
The Indian standing next to him knew that he was bound to say something in English, and he would sing out something like the following: — “Poss number half-pass five cents — go to — —!