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horse show

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishhorse showˈhorse show noun [countable]  DSOa sports event in which people compete to show their skill in riding horses
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horse showDuring a horse show he positioned himself at the edge of the arena.Visitors to the camp and the boys themselves endured cleansing rituals, and campers stayed away from the local annual horse show.The keenness of the Horse Rangers is particularly evident during the build-up to their annual horse show.If you visit any horse show you will see plenty of freeze branded winners.It was a mixture of agricultural show, horse show, trade exhibition, Highland Games and garden fete.We entered the very horse show that we had to sit out the year before.
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