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The Wisconsin Futurity was developed by a group of dedicated horsemen determined to bring the best of the American Saddlebred bloodlines to Wisconsin.
But her Dothraki troops, horsemen from the east with hooked swords and heavy eye shadow, proved themselves more than a match for western forces.
In the other scene, drips and stains gallop like horsemen down interweaving rays of yellow and green toward a fiery orange phoenix, also composed of serendipitous drips.
The pole was rotated either by human, horse, or mule, while the horsemen mounted on the wooded horses practiced games such as spearing a hanging ring with their jousting lances.
The founder and star was John Bill Ricketts, a dashing Scottish horseman, who would ride a stallion round a ring standing in the saddle, with a 9-year-old boy—also standing—on his shoulders.
But right now the U.S. military strategy in Syria is like a headless horseman, plunging ahead without any broader political framework.
One of the horsemen, Chris Campbell, handed a peppermint to 2-year-old Milly, who was in the arms of her mother, Beth Welsh.
Mr. Melikhov is a descendant of Cossacks, the rugged horsemen who secured the frontiers of the Russian empire and whose members have been in the forefront of various nationalist causes since the 1991 collapse of the Soviet Union.
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HORSEMAN Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of horseman for English Language Learners
: a person (especially a man) who rides horses
: a person (especially a man) who breeds or raises horses
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