Definition of equitation in English:

equitation

Syllabification: eq·ui·ta·tion
Pronunciation: /ˌekwiˈtāSHən
 
/

noun

formal
The art and practice of horsemanship and horse riding.
More example sentences
  • She contested competitions and gained experience in general riding, equitation, show jumping, one-day events, cross country, stable management, riding and teaching.
  • Athletes from six counties will be participating in the equestrian competition, and events include trailriding, equitation and dressage.
  • Her show achievements include numerous regional championships in stock seat equitation and regional reserves in horsemanship and showmanship.

Origin

mid 16th century: from French équitation or Latin equitatio(n-), from equitare 'ride a horse', from eques, equit- 'horseman' (from equus 'horse').

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