Definition of equestrianism in English:

equestrianism

Syllabification: e·ques·tri·an·ism
Pronunciation: /iˈkwestrēəˌnizəm
 
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noun

The skill or sport of horse riding. As an Olympic sport it is divided into three disciplines: show jumping, dressage, and the three-day event (combining show jumping, dressage, and cross-country riding).
More example sentences
  • Visitors were treated to displays of equestrianism, ranging from show-jumping to a Shetland Pony Grand National, livestock, pole-climbing and even terrier racing.
  • The British Horse Society welcomes recognition at national level of the value of equestrianism to the rural economy, and the proposed help for farmers who want to diversify.
  • Racing and equestrianism are the only professional worldwide sports in which men and women compete against each other on an equal basis.

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