Equestrian

horsewoman

Riding is an allusion to riding, derived from the Latin word "horse". La commission équestre de l'équitation, tardive pour "Pferd". Equestre (vergleichsweise mehr Equestre, superlatif le plus équestre) De l'équitation ou des cavaliers. You were a horsemen. A equestrian statue was created after his death.

Riding definition of or in relation to riding or rider: the art of riding.

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The name Equestrian comes from Equestrus, which means "horse" in Roman. Antique figures of army figures, such as the one of General Sherman on Fifth Avenue in New York, are often horsemen. This sculpture shows the man always sitting noble and erect on a steed, but the horse's posture changes; according to whether the horseman was slain or alive in combat, won or beaten, the steed usually rests on the floor with four, three or two heels.

Riding sculptures have been loved over the course of the ages, because until the twentieth-century almost every mate in Europe and America was educated in horsemanship and martial arts.

This long and colorful tradition of dressing- goes back to Greece. The highest manifestation of equestrian education, equestrian sports is regarded as the arts of equestrian sports and serves as the basis for all other sports.

This long and colorful tradition of dressing- goes back to Greece. The highest manifestation of equestrian education, equestrian sports, it serves as the basis for all other sports. Thousands of years ago, the Greeks realized that if riders and riders were to live in combat, a full collaboration between the two was necessary and invented the technique of equestrian warfare.

After the collapse of ancient Greece, the equestrian arts gradually disappeared into obscurity until they were revived in the Renaissance. Classic training peaked in the eighteenth centur y with the founding of the world-famous Spanische Hofreitschule in Vienna in 1729, laying the foundation for it.

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