croupade

[ kroo-peyd, kroo-peyd ]
/ kruˈpeɪd, ˈkru peɪd /

noun Dressage.

a movement in which a horse jumps up from a pesade with all four legs drawn up under it and lands on four legs in the same place.

Origin of croupade

1840–50; < French (translation of Italian groppata), equivalent to croupe croup2 + -ade -ade1
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