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riding master

a person who teaches equitation.
Origin of riding master
1640-50 Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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  • She was invariably attended by the riding master of a school near by.

    The Million Dollar Mystery Harold MacGrath
  • I confess, I thought the riding master wrong in consenting to this.

    The Barb and the Bridle Vielle Moustache
  • All the riding master's savings were invested in the stables.

    The Million Dollar Mystery Harold MacGrath
  • He was by way of being a riding master, but for all the attention he paid I might have been alone.

    Fanny Goes to War Pat Beauchamp
  • He was their riding master—I suppose that isn't much better, really.

    The Beloved Woman Kathleen Norris
  • What more could a conscientious school Principal ask of her riding master?

    Peggy Stewart at School Gabrielle E. Jackson
  • The riding master at last took the lady off, and mounted the horse himself; but he rode with a man's seat, not a woman's.

    The Barb and the Bridle Vielle Moustache
  • We next had a breezy and refreshing experience of Hastings and the joy of rides on the downs with the riding master.

    An Autobiography Elizabeth Butler
  • That was in later days, however, and since the reforms of the riding master.

  • "Touch him on the right shoulder with the whip sharply, miss," said the riding master.

    The Barb and the Bridle Vielle Moustache

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