Equipment used on a horse (brushes, blankets, saddle, halter, bridle, etc.).
Refers to the equipment of a riding horse - saddle, bridle etc. Short for "tackle."
Riding equipment. Short for "tackle."
Term for all saddlery (ie: saddle, reins, bit, etc....)
The harness for a horse, including the bridle and saddle.
equipment that goes on a horse such as the saddle blanket and saddle.
1) Rider's racing equipment. Also applied to stable gear. 2) As a verb, a jockey, including his/her equipment, as in He tacks 112 pounds.
gear for a horse
Gear used to ride a horse (ie. saddle, bridle, etc..)
All riding, driving and saddlery equipment
Equipment that goes on a horse. Includes saddle, bridle, reins, etc.
Equipment used for riding and driving a horse.
Horse tack is all the gear that comes with owning a horse. The bridle, saddle, bit, girths, cinches, saddle pads, lead ropes, halters, whips, stirrup irons and stirrup leathers, horse boots, and most other horse things are tack.
The equipment that goes on a horse along with the jockey.
The equipment for a horse.
the popular slang for saddlery and equipment for the horse
riding gear; saddle, bridle, etc
riders' racing equipment.
The saddle, bridle, girth, martingale, etc.
The equipment worn by the horse depends on the needs of the animal. The saddle and bridle are the staples. Other equipment may be added such as a martingale, which attaches to the saddle and bridle to keep the horse's head from raising too high. Horses may also wear boots or bandages on their legs for support or protection.
a term used to describe all the equipment that is used or put on a horse to ride or drive
any gear of a horse.
the items of saddlery used for riding a horse.
all the equipment used on a pony.
The saddle and other equipment worn by a horse during racing or exercise.
Equipment used to ride and train horses
Any special equipment for riding and caring for a horse.
Equipment used in riding, including the saddle, bridle and saddle pad.