Saddle the Horse

Seat the horse

Though it is up to the individual, many riders choose to saddle the horse first and then bridle it. hack n. Horse that has been either reared or ridden. Fifth Edition American Heritage® English Language Dictionary. Copyrighted © 2016 by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Verlag.

Edited by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Verlag. 1. a horse raised, educated or used for horseback rides. Nuclear College Dictionary, © 2010 K Dictionaries Ltd.

Copyrights 2005, 1997, 1991 by Random House, Inc. Saddle horse used more for transport than for sports, etc. Vienna; clever and obedient and awarded for training; five years old", Basing on WordNet 3.0, Farlex clip art-collektion. 2003-2012 Princeton University, Farlex Inc.

to be big in (own) saddle

After two years of a lost battle, the general was still in the saddle in front of his forces. Someday you'll get shut up and you' re gonna loose everything, and I'll be big in the saddle when you do. After two years of a lost battle, the general was still riding high in front of his forces.

Someday you'll get shut up and you' re gonna loose everything, and I'll be big in the saddle if you do. After two years of a lost battle, the general was still high in the saddle in front of his forces. Someday you'll get shut up and you' re gonna loose everything, and I'll be high in the saddle if you do.

He can' t be trusted - he's just an articulated lorry moving from city to city! A man who rode a horse. "A saddlestampoline is coming in the distant. In spite of the existence of "saddle", this sentence is hardly ever used in relation to saddle-dogs. I' ve had to take a rest, but now I' m back in the saddle.

You' ve grieved long enough - it's getting back on the saddle and making a date. Ensure that you get good marks now so that you are in the saddle when it comes to choosing a school. We are still leaders in the surveys, so don't worry - we're in the saddle here. After two years of a lost battle, the general was still riding high in front of his forces.

He wanted to sit in the saddle riding a horse. This is the most lucrative quarterly period in years for the Group. I' ve got to take the day off to cope with this common cold, but I should be back in the saddle on Monday.

What is it with you and all the schoolwork? I got a new trainee for me from the county colleges. It has burdened the economy with debt that it is unlikely that it will ever be paid out. Don has ridden high since the executive committee agreed to his suggestion.

As a result of the delay in transport caused by the new light rail line, the local population has been in a ridge for years. I am not trying to be a ridge in your saddle; I am just making sure that we follow the letters of the Code at every stage of the way. Because of the delay in transport caused by the new light rail line, there has been a ridge under the saddle of local people.

I am not trying to be a ridge under your saddle; I am just making sure that we follow the letters of the Code at every stage of the way. Sitting in the saddle of an beast, riding it. There' s a gale approaching - we'd better saddle up and go back to the farm.

Because joe is on a date with bill this evening. There must be a ridge under Mary's saddle. Looks like a saddle on a pig. This beaten-up old car's eccentric bikes look like a saddle on a pig to put a saddle on a horse or other bull.

Will you saddle up my horse, please? Will you saddle my horse for me? I' m sorry I saddled you all morning with my young cuz. I' m not trying to burden you with my troubles. Lit. to train your horse for horseback by placing a saddle on it. Let's saddle up and go for a drive.

Pic. get on his horse and saddle. and headed for the cattle thieves'. I' been up there all morning with the kids. I' m not here to be riddled with your work. Edited by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Verlag. When an individual or the whole crew sits high in the saddle, they are very successful and therefore optimistic.

After their first test win, the Aussie squad is going up in the saddle. When someone is in the saddle, they have complete command of an organisation. Vaghela wants to further reinforce his situation now that he is in the saddle. Your scheme would divest 55 percent of the new shares to the controlling stockholders of the firm and throw them into the saddle.

When someone is big in the saddle, he is self-confident and succesful. On his way to Europe, the English executive will be in the saddle. That old man in the field of France is back in the saddle, in command of a position. one horse. Not in the saddle very long.

The saddle is the saddle for the horseman. v. 1. And to put a saddle on a horse, the catboys got up and left. In order to put a saddle on an animal: He' ll saddle up three of them. v. To put someone or something to blame; someone or something to complain: My chief has put a lot of work into my saddle.

It was the new graduate's fault. Copyrighted © 2005 by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Verlag. Edited by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Verlag. I' been up there all morning with the kids. I will still be great in the saddle when you experience the results of your foolishness.

"It was a crisis[in Russia] that came to a crisis when the Americans supported reforms sat in the saddle" (Michael R. Gordon). Employed in an occupation, especially in a profession: back in the saddle after a sabbatical. Copyrighted © 2016 by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Verlag. Edited by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Verlag.

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