The part of a bridle, usually of iron, which is inserted in the mouth of a horse, and having appendages to which the reins are fastened.
To put a bridle upon; to put the bit in the mouth of.
The end of the mouthpiece that goes in the mouth. Saddlebit: A stem that radically decreases in thickness to a slimmer bit. Tapered Bit: A stem that slowly tapers throughout the length to a slim bit.
A mouth piece used for guiding a horse.
bar put into the horse's mouth (attached to a bridle) to enable the rider/handler to control the horse. Can be made from metal (stainless steel), rubber, vulcanite and a variety of other materials
A metal contrivance on the bridle which goes in the animal's mouth to control him.
Mouthpiece, of made of metal but may be made of rubber or other man made material and held in place by the bridle, by which the rider conveys instructions to the horse.
Mouth piece (usually metal) to which the reins are attached.
The bit is a piece of metal attached to the bridle and runs over the tongue and is used to direct or help control the horse.
Metal bar that fits in horse's mouth and is attached to the reins; used for control.
the metal mouthpiece of a bridle, used to control or direct the horse.
A stainless steel, rubber or aluminum bar, attached to the bridle, which fits in the horse's mouth and is one of the means by which a jockey exerts guidance and control. The most common racing bit is the D-bit, named because the rings extending from the bar are shaped like the letter "D." Most racing bits are "snaffled," (snaffle bit) which means the metal bar is made up of two pieces, connected in the middle, which leaves it free to swivel. Other bits may be used to correct specific problems, such as bearing in or out.
The metal bar that fits in a horse's mouth and is attached to the reins.
usually two pieces of steel rod that fits in to the horses mouth and is connected to the bridle and reins. The bit is used to steer of or slow down the horse.
The metal mouthpiece to which the reins are attached. Breeches - Tight-fitting trousers that don't cover the entire leg, worn for riding.
the metal bar on the bridle that goes into the horse's mouth to help control the horse when riding it.
The part of the pipe stem that fits in the mouth. Also called the mouthpiece.
Used to steer a horse, the steel placed in a horses mouth
The metal mouthpiece on a bridle, to which the reins are attached.
metal mouthpiece on a bridle, when connected to reins, used to steer the horse. There are a great many variations on bit shapes and severity. Some types include half-breed, spade, snaffle, curb, and ring bits.
Bar that fits into the horse's mouth and helps jockey guide the horse
The metal part of the bridle that goes in the horse's mouth
Metal bar in horse’s mouth by which he is guided and controlled. There are many variations.
A bit used in equestrian activities is a piece of metal or similar synthetic material that is placed in the mouth of a horse and allows a rider to control the animal. It is held on a horse's head by means of a bridle and has reins attached for use by the rider.