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bridleway

a route which may be travelled by foot, on horseback or on a bicycle.
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The inquest heard evidence from several witnesses, including Anthony Bellerby, who said he was walking home along the bridle path when he was told Matthew had fallen off a scooter.
Her son-in-law managed to shepherd the rest of the family to safety in an adjoining field before going back to Mrs Clode, who was lying unconscious and face down in a field off the bridle path.
The Southern Municipal Council wants to scrap the 450-metre walkway in Zallaq, which has been used as a bridle path for the last three decades, and instead use the facility as a family recreational area for residents in the governorate.
Miss Hyde, a 24-year-old from Amman ford, was smashed to the ground in a brutal attack on a remote stretch of bridle path.
Barmaid Kelly Hyde, 24, who suffered severe head injuries, had been walking her dog on a bridle path when she was attacked.
Memorial contributions may be made to Grant's Education Fund, 2911 Bridle Path Way, Troy, Ohio, 45373.
Make checks payable to: Pete Gaudet, 4662 Bridle Path Lane, Dublin, OH, 43017.
And as that, Bridle Path at Duck Lane, Welford-on-Avon always looked certain to draw the buyers.
A BODY found near a bridle path popular with horse riders was at the centre of a police investigation last night.
Several years ago, the city planted oleander bushes along the bridle path.
The English hiker came down from the hills around Balmoral and joined a bridle path beside the River Dee at the back of the castle.
the proportion of fish in the bridle path that are herded into the net path) for seven species of flatfish was estimated by fitting a model of the herding process to data collected during a field experiment.