dressage

[ US /dɹɛˈsɑʒ/ ]
[ UK /dɹˈɛsɪd‍ʒ/ ]
NOUN
  1. maneuvers of a horse in response to body signals by the rider
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How To Use dressage In A Sentence

  • Their novice dressage and showjumping teams have won through to the National Riding Club Championships.
  • Eventing, dressage and some other equestrian activities will also be permitted to resume.
  • If your horse's long, flowing mane gets in the way when you're doing dressage or cross-country, try a running plait.
  • After 1pm a range of events will take place at the Langton Wold Gallops including a parade of hunting hounds, a celebrity pony Grand National and dressage display.
  • Ms McAleese, who was a keen walker, horsewoman and dressage rider, had done everything possible to minimise the effect of the injury and had decided to continue with her activities.
  • However, hand on heart, even if you are a top dressage rider, can you really justify the fancy dress?
  • Watching dressage is like watching a figure skater skate the “compulsories”. Combined Driving Events | myFiveBest
  • His regimented execution of marcato and sforzando articulation, sometimes even on weak syllables, sounds like choral dressage. Times, Sunday Times
  • To perform good dressage, you want the ground to give you something back, a bit of give and bounce.
  • However, I shall win the Dressage, so if I don't win the Hunting I shan't repine. THE THORN BIRDS
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