cross-country riding


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Synonyms for cross-country riding

riding horses across country over obstructions to demonstrate horsemanship

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"She started riding at the age of nine and made a name for herself in showjumping and cross-country riding."
freedom Cross-country riding has to be the ultimate experience
"For the most part, what we heard from the OHV community is they understand the need to have designated routes and to not do a lot of cross-country riding."
Seeing a stride, getting horses to jump quick and clean, and being in the right place at the right time came as second-nature to the jockey who had cut his teeth as a schoolboy in his native Scotland on a staple diet of show-jumping, gymkhanas and cross-country riding.
The landscape around the centre provides 13km of endurance tracks and tracks for cross-country riding.
"I had been cross-country riding and hunting, but that's all.
The event consisted of three disciplines: dressage, show jumping and cross-country riding over natural fences (wooden logs, ditches and water splashes).
These are designed to teach the young horse the skills needed to progress in eventing or can be used to add a fun element of cross-country riding for those with more experience.
"Trials" refers to motorcycle trials, a form of competitive cross-country riding Gillette enjoys.
It was originally developed as a means of testing professional guides working in equestrian tourism, but has now evolved into a major sport, testing cross-country riding, jumping and orienteering.
Seeing a stride, getting horses to jump quickly and cleanly, and being in the right place at the right time come as second-nature to the jockey who had cut his teeth as a schoolboy in his native Scotland on a diet of show-jumping, gymkhanas and cross-country riding.