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Horse Care

Vocabulary

QuestionAnswer
Stable An indoor place where horses live.
Groom To brush or clean a horse;also a person who cares for horses.
Gait The way a horse moves. *Walk, Trot, Canter,and Gallop
Clip The shaved area of a horse or pony's winter coat to stop them from sweating too much and losing weight when they are exercised.
Farrier A person trained to shoe and trim a horse or pony's hooves.
Mucking Out Cleaning out a stable.
Points The parts of a horse or pony.
Tacking up Putting on the bridle and saddle.
Tack The bridle and saddle
Turn Out 1. To put a horse or pony in a field 2. The way a horse and rider look for Competition
Shoeing Attaching metal shoes to the horse or pony's hoof. Usually done by the farrier.
Showing A competition where a horse or pony on its conformation, behavior, and paces.
Ribbons shaped like roses, given out as pizes at events.
Schooling Training a horse or pony to improve its obedience and flexibility.
Livery Stable A place where people can pay to stable theirhorses or ponies.
Longe line attached to the horse or pony's head that allows someone on the ground to control it with a whip or their voice.
Conformation The shape and proportions of a horse or pony.
Created by: sgtpepper7
 

 



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