http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4jp2idpmaWM This is a perfect demonstration.
The people sit astride on the horse.
The man sat astride his horse.
An antonym for astride are: astraddle athwart on the back of piggyback sitting on straddling
"Astride" means your location while riding somethings, especially something that your legs go down each side of. Example, "I saw Jenny astride her new pony!"
It wasn't typical at the time. If they did, it was probably in secret. It was considered scandalous for ladies to ride astride back then.
*Why are jumps called jumps?In order to clear an "obstacle" of any sort, a horse must jump over it. Therefore these "obstacles" became known as jumps.
Chimera was killed by Bellerophon, astride Pegasus,
The three thigh muscles that help you you keep astride when riding a horse are the thigh adductor muscles; magnus, longus, and brevis.
Jumps like a kangaroo ?
The majority of Spain sits astride the Iberian Peninsula.
Wood and plastic are the usual materials to manufacture horse jumps. Plastic jumps are more durable than wood jumps and can stand more impacts than wood jumps.
Jumps is a verb. It describes an action.
the height of the jumps are 6'6
Jack jumps over the candlestick
The word jumps has one syllable.
I'm not positive, but I believe that the record of jumps in one minute is 61 jumps.
Many did, and many rode side saddle.
Rome sits astride the River Tiber.
Oh, let's see. This is a stretch: A-mount, as in He is a-mount. He is astride his horse.