surcingle


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surcingle

a separate, wide, thin strap or webbing passed around the horse and including the saddle and buckled tight underneath.
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Unashamedly admitting 'to being thrown or run away with to the no small purturbation [sic] of my nervous system almost every day', he further infuriated his superiors by his inability to polish to the required standard the saddle and bridle, the martingale and surcingle, and all the other components of what he called 'the long etcetera of military accoutrement' issued to the cavalryman.
around the world together, a surcingle pair to girth two hemispheres.
He had attempted to fool clerk of the scales William Baker by weighing out without a girth and surcingle.
Look for a fly mask that has ear protection, and be sure your flysheet is sturdily constructed and has a surcingle and leg straps to keep it from slipping as your horse grazes and plays.
All you need is a surcingle and a strap round the front of the neck.
Surcingle Time to knight Frankie Magnifico Lanfranco.
surcingle Not the second coming The only ones who have gone overboard about Frankel are the bookies and a few easily led people.
surcingle I am going for Dandino, who is fresh and ready to go.
I'm working on this surcingle at the moment that reads a horse's heart rate every ten minutes and its body temperature and keeps it on a graph on a computer.
With the one exception of not immediately loosing Zilcash's girth and surcingle, surely the first essential for an exhausted athlete, this was how accidents should be handled.
He was bending down unfastening the surcingle and was speaking to the owner when the horse cow-kicked him.
LAST out, first in-that was the story of the mixed open when Fair Wind, who had cantered down to the start far behind his eight rivals after a search for a replacement surcingle, came with a searing run which took him from third to first on the run-in.