showjump v.intr. showjumper n.
Useful english dictionary. 2012.
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showjumping — ► NOUN ▪ the competitive sport of riding horses over a course of fences and other obstacles in an arena. DERIVATIVES showjumper noun … English terms dictionary
showjumping — From antiquity, horse owners have rarely been able to resist the temptation to demonstrate their steed’s superiority in speed or agility and their own prowess as riders or trainers. Vienna’s Spanish Riding School, founded in 1572, is testimony … Encyclopedia of contemporary British culture
showjumping — noun Showjumping is used before these nouns: ↑arena … Collocations dictionary
showjumping — noun A sporting competition where horses are ridden around a course consisting of several jumps, to demonstrate the skill of both the rider and the horse. Syn: gymkhana … Wiktionary
showjumping — see show jumping … English dictionary
showjumping — noun the competitive sport of riding horses over a course of fences and other obstacles in an arena, with penalty points for errors. Derivatives showjump verb showjumper noun … English new terms dictionary
showjumping — /ˈʃoʊdʒʌmpɪŋ/ (say shohjumping) noun the riding of horses in competitions in order to display skill in riding over and between obstacles. –showjumper, noun … Australian English dictionary
British Showjumping Association — Die British Showjumping Association, kurz BSJA, ist der britische Verband für Springreiten in Großbritannien. Die BSJA wurde 1923 vom damaligen Earl of Lonsdale gegründet und verzeichnete anfangs 197 Mitglieder. Es ist eine von 16 Organisationen … Deutsch Wikipedia
showjumper — showjumping ► NOUN ▪ the competitive sport of riding horses over a course of fences and other obstacles in an arena. DERIVATIVES showjumper noun … English terms dictionary
Pat Smythe — Patricia Rosemary Smythe (22 November 1928 ndash; February 27 1996), most commonly known as Pat Smythe, was one of Britain s premier female showjumpers. She later married in 1960 after the Summer Olympics of the year to childhood friend Sam… … Wikipedia