Bareback riding - meaning and definition. What is Bareback riding
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What (who) is Bareback riding - definition


Bareback riding         
  • A bucking horse at pasture during the off season
  • Bareback bronc riding
RODEO EVENT THAT INVOLVES RIDING A BUCKING HORSE
Bareback bronc; Saddle bronc; Bronc buster; Bareback Bronc-Riding; Saddle Bronc-Riding; Rodeo bareback rigging; Flank strap; Bronc Riding (Saddle & Bareback); Saddle Bronc and Bareback Riding; Bronc Riding; Bareback Riding; Saddle Bronc Riding; Bareback and saddle bronc riding; Saddle bronc and bareback rider; Saddle bronc riding; Saddle bronc & bareback riding; Bareback bronc riding; Saddle bronc and bareback riding; Saddle bronc and bareback bronc riding; Bareback bronc and Saddlebronc riding; Bareback bronc and Saddle bronc riding; Bronc competition; Bronc ride; Bronco riding
Bareback riding is a form of horseback riding without a saddle. It requires skill, balance, and coordination, as the rider does not have any equipment to compensate for errors of balance or skill.
Circuit riding         
PRACTICE OF TRAVELLING BETWEEN COURT LOCATIONS
Circuit rider (U.S. Court system); Circuit rider (U.S. court system); Riding circuits; Riding circuit
In the United States, circuit riding was the practice of a judge, sometimes referred to as a circuit rider, traveling to a judicial district (referred to as a circuit) to preside over court cases there. A defining feature of American federal courts for over a century after the founding of the United States, circuit riding has since been mostly abolished.
Riding mower         
LAWN MOWER ON WHICH THE OPERATOR IS SEATED
Ride-on lawnmower; Riding lawnmower; Riding lawn mower
A riding mower, also known as a ride-on mower, tractor mower or lawn tractor, is a type of lawn mower on which the operator is seated, unlike mowers which are pushed or towed.
Pronunciation examples for Bareback riding
1. She loved to go out bareback riding on horses
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Examples of use of Bareback riding
1. As for off–pitch distractions, Black Bess of the Mint, c 1744, was "frequently engaged to enliven dull games at Spitalfields by running foot races without drawers against Little Bit O‘Blue, a Stepney person", while Noah Mann of Hambledon entertained early arrivals at games by daring displays of bareback riding.