equitation

[ ek-wi-tey-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF equitation

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Our instructional staff for equitation is thoroughly satisfactory.

Unfortunately the history of equitation is a very obscure subject.

A section across the cluster of leaves at the bottom, showing the equitation.

This, as regards finish in the rider's hand, is in equitation what tone is in music.

Moreover, the style of equitation was that of a man—a leg on each side of the saddle.

In equitation, as in matrimony, there should never arise the first quarrel.

This day we were to begin our equitation, as I said; for I would needs make a word too.

And any mode of equitation, from the far inferior wealth of ancient times, implied wealth.

Now in equitation there can be no divided empire; and the horse will most assuredly be master if the man is not.

Never have I seen such a wild dream of equitation as the Tokio parade-ground showed.

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