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Equestrian competition is a royal bummer

Published 08/08/2012, McClatchy Newspapers

DAVE BARRY: The word “equestrian” comes from two Greek words: “eques,” meaning “horses,” and “trian,” meaning “being ridden by people with large inheritances and names like Edwina Ponce-Twickendale.”

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