He rode out all day, never seeking shelter, cheering his men.
An Imperial herald from Piacenza rode out to Pagliano with a small escort.
They then rode out, with the honours of war, lance on thigh.
That is, they rode out to cut off his return, and they both failed to do him or his horse any harm.
Well, I rode out to ascertain who the 86 intruder was, but I lost him.
And it was with a deep sense of vexation and shame that he rode out of the barrack-yard.
I ordered my horse, and early as it was, rode out to the Royal Hospital.
Then I climbed into the saddle, and we rode out under the apple trees.
Early the next morning, they rode out of town in the direction of the hills.
Then they rode out to where the lassoes could be used freely.