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riding master

noun
1.
a person who teaches equitation.
Origin of riding master
1640-1650
1640-50
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  • At twelve years of age this young marvel danced enchantingly, rode like a riding-master, and fenced to perfection.

  • But she explained, later, that she had been taught by a German riding-master—and then I understood.

    The Prairie Child Arthur Stringer
  • After dinner Cap, with Wool for a riding-master, took her first lesson in equestrianism.

    Hidden Hand Emma Dorothy Eliza Nevitte Southworth
  • When he was sixteen he became an assistant to the riding-master of the troop.

  • Mrs. Armour sent for a riding-master, and had riding-costumes made for her.

  • "Oh, he's not a bad boy," said the riding-master patronisingly.

    Mrs. Thompson William Babington Maxwell
  • The Mississippian sits his horse gracefully, yet not, as the riding-master would say, scientifically.

    The South-West Jonathon Holt Ingraham
  • Now and again they wink at the riding-master and he winks back at them.

  • There was a horse which had nearly broken the heart of the riding-master, and the bones of every man who had mounted him.

  • Mr. Kenion, Mr. Young, and the jumping horse all disappeared, and Marsden and the riding-master were left together on the tan.

    Mrs. Thompson William Babington Maxwell

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