Of or pertaining to horses or horsemen, or to horsemanship; as, equestrian feats, or games.
Being or riding on horseback; mounted; as, an equestrian statue.
Belonging to, or composed of, the ancient Roman equities or knights; as, the equestrian order.
One who rides on horseback; a horseman; a rider.
Of or pertaining to horseman or horsemanship; a rider.
Of or relating to horseback riding or horseback riders.
of or relating to or composed of knights
of or relating to or featuring horseback riding
a person who rides a horse
a horseback rider.
mounted on horseback, or relating to horse riding.
Someone that rides or interacts with horses
An Equestrian (Latin eques, plural equites - also known as a vir egregius, lit. excellent man, from the 2nd century AD onwards) was a member of one of the two upper social classes in the Roman Republic and early Roman Empire. This social class is often translated as Knight or Chevalier. However, this translation is not literal, since medieval knights relied on their martial skills, the physical power of their horse and armour to support their position, while the connection of Roman equestrians to horses had become more symbolic even in the early days of the Republic.