Definition of horse show in English:

horse show

noun

  • An event involving competitions and displays in various equestrian sports such as showjumping and dressage.

    ‘he came fifth at the Wembley Royal International Horse Show’
    • ‘The championships were announced at the Dublin Horse Show yesterday.’
    • ‘She won her 7th supreme hunter championship at a sun-baked horse show yesterday.’
    • ‘He said the new facilities would secure the future of the horse show by increasing the funding available to the society.’
    • ‘We have equipment shows, horse shows, dairy shows, beef shows.’
    • ‘Watch for our own Dawson City Klondike Classic Open Horse Show, which will take place this year on August 23 and 24.’
    • ‘Breeders from West Cork are poised to bid for further honours at the horse show.’
    • ‘She fills her trash cans with used horse bedding left from last summer's horse shows.’
    • ‘His grandfather presented the Aga Khan trophy, which is competed for annually at the horse show.’
    • ‘The show has been voted Horse Show of the Year five years in a row.’
    • ‘At the end of the summer, she had won two horse shows.’