Synonyms of 'horse: People associated with horses'
broncobuster(in the western US and Canada) a cowboy who breaks in broncos or wild horses buster (US, Canadian)a person who breaks horses caballero (Southwestern US)cavaliercavalrychevalier(French history)a mounted soldier or knight, esp a military cadet coachman the driver of a coach or carriage copera horse-dealer cowboycurrierequerry(formerly) an officer in a royal household responsible for the horses equestrian or (fem.) equestriennea female rider on horseback, esp one in a circus who performs acrobatics equites(Roman history)the cavalry farriera person who shoes horses grooma person employed to clean and look after horses horseman or (fem.) horsewomana person who rides a horse horse whispererhussara member of any of various light cavalry regiments in European armies, renowned for their elegant dress jockeya person who rides horses in races, esp as a profession or for hire Jockey Clubthe governing body that regulates and controls horse-racing both on the flat and over jumps knackera person who buys up old horses for slaughter knight(originally) a person who served his lord as a mounted and heavily armed soldier lad (British)a boy or man who looks after horses ostlerpicadora horseman who pricks the bull with a lance in the early stages of a fight to goad and weaken it postiliona person who rides the near horse of the leaders in order to guide a team of horses drawing a coach postriderridera person or thing that rides, esp a person who rides a horse, a bicycle, or a motorcycle roughridera rider of wild or unbroken horses rustler mainly US, Canadian)a cattle or horse thief saddlera person who makes, deals in, or repairs saddles and other leather equipment for horses stable lada boyor man who looks after the horses in a racing stable trainerwrangler (Western US, Canadian)a herder; cowboy ▷ See horse
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Nearby words of 'horse: People associated with horses'
Word List of horse: People associated with horses from the Collins English Word Lists