[ mey-zair ]
/ meɪˈzɛər /
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a movement in which the horse makes a series of short jumps forward while standing on its hind legs.
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Origin of mézair
1745–55; <French <Italian mezzaria literally, middle gait
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How to use mézair in a sentence
In the Mezair, use the same Aids as in working upon Curvets.A New System of Horsemanship|Claude Bourgelat