Horsemanship Horse"man*ship, n. The act or art of riding, and of training and managing horses; manege. [1913 Webster]

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  • Horsemanship — Horsemanship, aus dem Englischen (von Horseman, engl.: Reiter), war ursprünglich in der Übersetzung eine Sammelbezeichnung für die Reitkunst im Allgemeinen. Heutzutage versteht man unter Horsemanship, auch erweitert als „Natural (oder „Good“)… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • horsemanship — 1560s, from HORSEMAN (Cf. horseman) + SHIP (Cf. ship) …   Etymology dictionary

  • horsemanship — [hôrs′mən ship΄] n. skill in, or the art of, riding, managing, or training horses …   English World dictionary

  • horsemanship — /hawrs meuhn ship /, n. 1. the art, ability, skill, or manner of a horseman. 2. equitation. [1555 65; HORSEMAN + SHIP] * * * Art of training, riding, and handling horses. Good horsemanship requires that a rider control the animal s direction,… …   Universalium

  • horsemanship — noun The skill of riding a horse. The retired cowboy showed off his horsemanship by doing tricks in the saddle …   Wiktionary

  • horsemanship — [[t]hɔ͟ː(r)smənʃɪp[/t]] N UNCOUNT Horsemanship is the ability to ride horses well …   English dictionary

  • horsemanship — horseman (or horsewoman) ► NOUN ▪ a rider on horseback, especially a skilled one. DERIVATIVES horsemanship noun …   English terms dictionary

  • horsemanship — noun see horseman …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • horsemanship — Synonyms and related words: ability, address, adeptness, adroitness, airmanship, animal husbandry, animal rearing, artfulness, artisanship, artistry, automobiling, bee culture, beekeeping, bicycling, biking, bravura, breeding, brilliance, busing …   Moby Thesaurus

  • horsemanship — (Roget s IV) n. Syn. riding skill, management of horses, equestrian skill, manège (French) …   English dictionary for students

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