Like Ann Romney, Jacqueline Kennedy was fond of equestrian sports.
Supermodel Edie Campbell offers an intimate look into her off-the-runway life as an equestrian.
William, Kate and Harry will also all be supporting their cousin Zara Philips in the equestrian events.
Princess Beatrice of York and her boyfriend Dave Clark attend today's Olympic equestrian events.
We sat down in the sunshine on the bench at the foot of the equestrian statue of General Sheridan.
The first twenty days were given over to feasts, games, and equestrian combats.
They are equestrian in their habits, and shew to great advantage on horseback.
It is supposed to have been surmounted with an equestrian statue.
We are reminded, however, that they survived, by an act of equestrian audacity.
His skill in the equestrian art was, perhaps, as great a recommendation, as his noble birth and unstained loyalty.
1650s, formed in English from Latin equester (genitive equestris) "of a horseman," from eques "horseman, knight," from equus "horse" (see equine). As a noun, "one who rides on horseback," from 1791. The pseudo-French fem. equestrienne is attested from 1848.