- horse·wom·an·ship, noun
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How to use horsewoman in a sentence
Whatever it is, Marcus says that there’s a difference between “horse girls” and “a horsewoman.”
The Telegraph: Royal horsewoman Zara Philips still in contention for a medal with the UK's equestrian team in dressage.
She is taut, tanned, beautiful, and an accomplished horsewoman and—are you ready for this?
All this while we have been assuming the rider to be an accomplished horsewoman, and quite au fait at her fences.Horsemanship for Women | Theodore Hoe Mead
She had been a brilliant and daring horsewoman in her youth and middle age.Mary Gray | Katharine Tynan
In answer to which Miss Furnival confessed that she was a horsewoman, and owned also to having brought a habit and hat with her.Orley Farm | Anthony Trollope
Lady Berengaria was a first-rate horsewoman, and really in the saddle looked irresistible.Endymion | Benjamin Disraeli
The horsewoman stretched herself in the grass and called orders to the horses, should they wander too far from safety.The Girl Scouts at Camp Comalong | Lillian Garis