Sinónimos de horse: Tack and equipment and their parts
anti-sweat rugbarpart of the metal mouthpiece of a horse's bridle bard or bardean ornamental caparison for a horse bearing rein or (U.S.) check reina rein from the bit to the saddle, designed to keep the horse's head in the desired position bita metal mouthpiece, for controlling a horse on a bridle blinkersleather sidepieces attached to a horse's bridle to prevent sideways vision body brushboota protective covering for the lower leg of a horse breastplatethe strap of a harness covering a horse's breast breechingthe strap of a harness that passes behind a horse's haunches bridlea headgear for a horse, etc, consisting of a series of buckled straps and a metal mouthpiece (bit) by which the animal is controlled through the reins bridoona horse's bit: a small snaffle used in double bridles browbandthe strap of a horse's bridle that goes across the forehead cantlethe back part of a saddle that slopes upwards cavessona kind of hard noseband, used (esp formerly) in breaking a horse in chamfrona piece of armour for a horse's head cheek-piececrownpiecethe strap of a bridle that goes over a horse's head behind the ears cruppera strap from the back of a saddle that passes under the horse's tail to prevent the saddle from slipping forwards curb or curb bita horse's bit with an attached chain or strap, which checks the horse curb chaincurb reinsreins attached to a curb bit curry combdandy brushday rugdouble bridlea bridle with four reins coming from a bit with two rings on each side double-jointed snaffleflapfront archfulmer snafflegag-bita powerful type of bit used in breaking horses gambadoeither of two leather holders for the feet attached to a horse's saddle-like stirrups girth or (U.S. & Canad.) cincha band around a horse's belly to keep the saddle in position girth straphackamore platehaltera rope or canvas headgear for a horse, usually with a rope for leading harness an arrangement of leather straps buckled or looped together, fitted to a draught animal in order that the animal can be attached to and pull a cart headpiecehockboothoof pickhorseshoea piece of iron shaped like a U with the ends curving inwards that is nailed to the underside of the hoof of a horse to protect the soft part of the foot from hard surfaces: commonly thought to be a token of good luck jointed egg-butt snafflekimblewickkneecaplip strapmane combmartingalea strap from the reins to the girth of a horse preventing it from carrying its head too high New Zealand rugnight rugnosebaga bag, fastened around the head of a horse and covering the nose, in which feed is placed noseband or nosepiecethe detachable part of a horse's bridle that goes around the nose overchecka thin leather strap attached to a horse's bit to keep its head up pad saddle or numnahpelhama horse's bit for a double bridle, less severe than a curb but more severe than a snaffle plain snafflepommelthe raised part on the front of a saddle reinone of a pair of long straps, usually connected together and made of leather, used to control a horse, running from the side of the bit or the headstall to the hand of the rider, driver, or trainer rollera band fastened around a horse's belly to keep a blanket in position saddlea seat for a rider, usually made of leather, placed on a horse's back and secured with a girth under the belly saddlebaga pouch or small bag attached to the saddle of a horse, bicycle, etc saddleclotha light cloth put under a horse's saddle, so as to prevent rubbing saddlerysaddles, harness, and other leather equipment for horses collectively sidesaddlea saddle, designed esp. for women riders in skirts, upon which the rider sits with both legs on the same side of the animal skirtthe flaps on a saddle that protect a rider's legs slipheadsnaffle or snaffle bita simple jointed bit for a horse split-eared bridlespura pointed device or sharp spiked wheel fixed to the heel of a rider's boot to enable him to urge his horse on stable rubberstirrupeither of two metal loops on a riding saddle, with a flat footpiece through which a rider puts his foot for support. They are attached to the saddle by stirrup leathers stirrup barstirrup ironstirrup leatheran adjustable strap by means of which a stirrup is attached to a riding saddle summer sheetsurcinglea girth for a horse which goes around the body, used esp with a racing saddle sweat scraperswingletree, whippletree, or (U.S.) whiffletreea crossbar in a horse's harness to which the ends of the traces are attached tackriding harness for horses, such as saddles, bridles, etc tail bandagetail combtailguardthroatlash or throatlatchthe strap that holds a bridle in place, fastening under the horse's jaw traceeither of the two side straps that connect a horse's harness to the swingletree trammela fetter or shackle, esp one used in teaching a horse to amble trappingsa ceremonial harness for a horse or other animal, including bridles, saddles, etc twisted snaffletwitcha loop of cord used to control a horse by drawing it tight about its upper lip underblanketwater brushWeymouth curb bitwisp ▷ See horse
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