noun, plural horse·wom·en.
Related formshorse·wom·an·ship, noun
Examples from the Web for horsewoman
If reckless riding and a smart habit make a horsewoman, Polly Preece was a very Amazon.Sporting Society, Vol. II (of 2)|Various
The thought could not have been the result of previous knowledge on her part, for the girl of the Red Mill was no horsewoman.Ruth Fielding at Silver Ranch|Alice B. Emerson
Later on, confidence will come with increasing knowledge, and so her education as a horsewoman will be properly begun.Riding and Driving for Women|Belle Beach
The sound of hoofs aroused him, and looking below he saw a horsewoman reining up near his men at the wreck.Whispering Smith|Frank H. Spearman
This question was rapidly called forth by a horsewoman who rode past at an easy canter in the midst of a group of men.Sir Brook Fossbrooke, Volume I.|Charles James Lever