We are reminded, however, that they survived, by an act of equestrian audacity.
We have said that it was the second equestrian statue produced in America.
Everybody wears these leather boots just as everyone is an equestrian.
They are equestrian in their habits, and shew to great advantage on horseback.
Peter the Great of Russia was here instructed in the equestrian art, and many other illustrious men are on its list of scholars.
He looked, in his stately grace, like an equestrian youth on a Greek frieze.
He was of equestrian rank; cf. the speech of Seneca the younger, Tac.
They had shared the fate of the equestrian figure of Henri IV.
On the top of the arch an equestrian statue of Tiberius probably stood.
I should like an equestrian statue of Puck not shying at a Zeppelin!