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equestrian
American English: /əˈkwɛstriən/
British English: /ɪˈkwɛstrɪən/
, /ɛˈkwɛstrɪən/

Translation of equestrian in Spanish:

adjective

  • (skills)
    Example sentences
    • But by 300 BC, these tribes had acquired horses and used their equestrian skills to develop very effective cavalry tactics.
    • His farming enterprises are a herd of suckler cows and horses, which compete in the equestrian sport of eventing up to and including international level.
    • Horse breeding and equestrian sports have always been recognised by the society as an integral part of this activity.

noun

  • [formal] (horseman)
    (horsewoman)
    Example sentences
    • The riders all are life-long equestrians with from 12-30 years in endurance competitions.
    • The popular show features talented equestrians who, with their American Paint Horses, vie for more than $264,000 in prize money and prestigious World Championship titles.
    • Be prepared to meet fellow equestrians on these popular trails.

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