Definition of "riding-school" [riding-school]

  • A school or place where the art of riding is taught; specifically, a military school to perfect troopers in the management of their horses and the use of arms. (noun)

The Century Dictionary (Public Domain)

Use "riding-school" in a sentence
  • "Accordingly, Paul took a fencing-lesson every morning, went to the riding-school, and practised in a pistol-gallery."
  • "I hired a horse at the riding-school, and went out for"
  • "He was a good draughtsman, an excellent rider — having thoroughly mastered the successor to the famous “Uncle Tom” at the riding-school of St. Cyr — and in the records of his military service his name had several times been included in the order of the day."