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- n. the sport of siting on the back of a horse while controlling its movements
- n. travel by being carried on horseback
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I’ve started a piece about the feral parrot problem, and I jotted down some observations about today’s horseback riding trip through Mahaulepu.
Yes, Jalil admitted, he had been horseback riding in Takht-e-Safar, but, when they gave him the news, he had not shrugged.
They could see officers on horseback riding towards the old walls, their wives and children walked there, but the troops went on to the Alberche and camped in the cork groves that sloped down to the shallow river.
Dances, races, and horseback riding filled in much of the time, and occasional raids from Indians furnished more serious occupation in the way of a scout now and then.
"He was in Takht-e-Safar, horseback riding with his precious friends."