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pony-trekking Line breaks: pony-trekking

Definition of pony-trekking in English:


[mass noun] British
The activity of riding across country on a pony or horse for pleasure, typically as a holiday activity.
Example sentences
  • This working farm includes horse and pony-trekking, crazy golf, pet corner and play area.
  • The site also offers a wide range of activities up that part of Scotland: pony-trekking, fishing etc and also accommodation - although no prices are given.
  • With beautiful Welsh countryside all around, we enjoyed many activities, including mountain walking, swimming, canoeing, ‘gully-bashing’, orienteering, rock-climbing, quad biking and pony-trekking.



Pronunciation: /ˈtrɛkə/
Example sentences
  • Although hill-walkers and pony-trekkers will have to wait until next week before plodding around the hills and dales, many of the country's heritage sites and parks were open for the weekend.
  • Just watch for pony-trekkers and again, do not trespass on the golf-course here either.

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