In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1Riding(competición ecuestre en la que caballos y jinetes demuestran sus habilidades en diversas pruebas) gincana feminine
- The gymkhana society are great supporters of the community so please come along and support them.
- Mr Stephens said the money would also be used to provide new outreach services to isolated station people and community events such as local race meetings, gymkhanas and festivals.
- The annual gymkhana and garden fête will take place this Sunday, opening at 1.00 p.m., admission €2.
- Heavy rain in the afternoon kept the attendance down but the weather improved later and the gymkhana in the evening proved a great attraction.
- Visitors were supplemented by a busy calendar of social events that tied together a community of settlements in gymkhanas, cricket fixtures and golf tournaments (on a dirt course).
- The scene is a gymkhana, or rather the parking lot for horseboxes, where the animals are brushed and groomed in preparation for events going on off screen.
- For younger riders there is mini-jumping and a gymkhana.
- Beyond the purely practical there are more dapper variations of this apparel for spoiled horsey to wear on special occasions such as gymkhanas.
- If it wasn't for them a lot of football matches, fêtes and gymkhanas just couldn't take place.
- Sunday after Sunday saw Paddy head off for some of the regional shows or gymkhanas where he was a regular performer and from which he amassed an impressive array of rosettes.
- Emily only began serious dressage competition under strict British Dressage rules in January after some success at gymkhanas and country shows.
- The motor gymkhana events, which are held under floodlights, are the ‘zig zag’ event where in you have to snake across a series of barriers as quickly as possible and clock the best time.
- He bought the young Tony a succession of ponies to ride in their field, the last one being called Chippy, and, despite never having had a riding lesson, Tony entered a series of gymkhanas and won almost all of them.
- A mini gymkhana is also being organised for the Japanese group.
- At Easter and Christmas you see them, there were very few motor cars, and every little town had a fête of a gymkhana, they used to call them.
- Here they will receive horse ridding lessons and see a mini gymkhana.
- This is always an enjoyable day and over the years the gymkhana society have generously sponsored the various organisations in the community and they are worthy of your support.
- Used mainly as cavalry horses, the walers also excelled as mounts at polo, race meetings, and gymkhanas.
- Horse trials, a gymkhana and a dog show as well as the funfair, exhibition tents and fast food.
- Following a day including gymkhana, open jumping, driving, horticulture, children's sports, fell race and much more, the committee rounded of the annual show with a barbecue and dance in the evening.
2US(in motor racing)competición automovilística que consta de varias pruebas
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