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English Tack

Very basic English tack w/ different parts of the bridle as well

QuestionAnswer
Where the rider sits on the horse; made of leather Saddle
Attached to the bridle and held by the rider to control the horse's speed and direction Reins
Metal contraption placed in the horse's mouth; attached to the bridle Bit
Attaches the stirrups to the saddle Leathers
Metal devices (they are used in pairs) in which the rider places his/her feet Stirrups
Placed on the horse before the saddle; used to reduce the stress on the horse's back Saddle Pad
Keeps the saddle on the horse; made of leather; goes around their chest just behind the elbow Girth
Sometimes used between the saddle pad and the saddle to further reduce the stress on the horse's back; filled with gel (hint hint) Gel Pad
Is worn on the horse's head; attached to the bit and the reins Bridle
Part of the bridle that goes in front of the bit; a thin leather strap (not on every bridle) Flash
Encircles the nose of the horse; part of the bridle; used to keep the mouth closed Noseband
Runs across the horse's poll (top of the head); worn like a CROWN; runs through the browband; part of the bridle Crownpiece
Runs from ear to ear across the horse's forehead; part of the bridle; prevents the bridle from sliding Browband
Created by: horselover92
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