|888vegas888 ||03-10-2011 07:49 PM |
*W.O.R.L.D.S L.O.N.G.E.S.T G.A.M.E* (equine version)
I like to call this the dictionary game.
First, I start out with a random word and define it.
Then, the next poster picks the most complicated word in the previous word's definition and defines it... and it takes off!
stirrup: the piece of tack on any saddle that holds the rider's foot in the correct position..
tack: a wide variety of equipment used on horses (e.g. saddle, bridle, girth, etc.)
and we begin...
MARTINGALE: A piece of tack, wrapping around a horse's neck, and connecting to the noseband of the bridle and the girth, usually used to keep a horse's head steady or held down.
|lildonkey8 ||03-10-2011 08:06 PM |
GIRTH: A piece of tack that goes around the stomach, then connects to the saddle.
|Missdv ||03-10-2011 08:13 PM |
is a supportive structure for a rider or other load, fastened to an animal's back by a girth
. The most common type is the equestrian saddle designed for a horse
, but specialized saddles have been created for camels
and other creatures
|PintoTess ||03-10-2011 08:15 PM |
equestrian- the art of horse riding,
|Sophie19 ||03-10-2011 08:30 PM |
Horse-a solid-hoofed plant-eating domesticated mammal with a flowing mane and tail, used for riding, racing, and to carry and pull loads. • Equus caballus, family Equidae (the horse family), descended from the wild Przewalski's horse. The horse family also includes the asses and zebras.
|RockandRide ||03-10-2011 08:33 PM |
Equus Caballus: solid-hoofed herbivorous quadruped domesticated since prehistoric times [syn: horse
|PintoTess ||03-10-2011 10:08 PM |
Hoof- The foot of a horse. It consits of the sole, frog, white line, wall, laminae, pedal bone and more.
|lildonkey8 ||03-10-2011 10:51 PM |
foot-the part of the body that supports most weight
|Marlea Warlea ||03-11-2011 12:49 AM |
hmmm.... hard... uhm... weight- how much your horse weighs
|Missdv ||03-11-2011 07:24 PM |
Horse breeds are loosely divided into three categories based on general temperament: spirited "hot bloods" with speed and endurance; "cold bloods", such as draft horses
and some ponies
, suitable for slow, heavy work; and "warmbloods
", developed from crosses between hot bloods and cold bloods, often focusing on creating breeds for specific riding purposes, particularly in Europe. There are over 300 breeds of horses in the world today, developed for many different uses.
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