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equestrian
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Far from the Madding Crowd
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  • "Whose shepherd is he?" said the equestrian in a clear voice.
  • Bathsheba—who was driven to the fair that day by her odd man Poorgrass—had, like every one else, read or heard the announcement that Mr. Francis, the Great Cosmopolitan Equestrian and Roughrider, would enact the part of Turpin, and she was not yet too old and careworn to be without a little curiosity to see him.

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  • She was the kind of girl who took equestrian and dance lessons as a girl and who received a Mercedes convertible on her sixteenth birthday.
    Nicholas Sparks  --  The Longest Ride
  • He’d been called out the previous night to the equestrian center, where he found an Arabian sweating and pawing the ground, its stomach tender to the touch.
    Nicholas Sparks  --  The Choice

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