He is to America what Paul Revere was to the Brits—without the horsemanship, the lanterns, and the Longfellow.
Fairly in the midst of them, quite as gaudy to look upon and every whit as reckless in their horsemanship, rode Dade and Jack.
There was no feat of horsemanship to which he was not equal.
He rode back a short distance, and used all the arts of his horsemanship to reduce his refractory steed to obedience.
I only felt drearily that I had had my last ride, I had had enough of horsemanship for ever!
We saw one exhibition of horsemanship which especially excited our admiration.
horsemanship is with them, as with the Arab of the Sahara, a necessary part of their education.
An exhibition of horsemanship followed, on Victoria's part, which Mr. Crewe beheld with admiration.
Each was a master of fence, and the horsemanship was as perfect.
I am sadly deficient in horsemanship; indeed, I was never on a horse in my life.