lungeing cavesson

lungeing cavesson
a special type of halter or headcollar with extra rings on the noseband for attaching a lunge line (or rein)

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  • lungeing cavesson — …   Useful english dictionary

  • lungeing — verb to train or exercise a horse with the use of a lunge line (or rein) attached to lungeing cavesson or headcollar …   Wiktionary

  • lungeing rein — noun A piece of cotton or nylon webbing, usually around 25mm wide by about 20 metres (or longer) in length, attached with a swivel to the bridle, lungeing cavesson, or headcollar of a horse to provide control while exercising or training it …   Wiktionary

  • Bitless bridle — This article is about generally about a wide range of horse headgear without bits. For bridles with bits, see Bridle. For traditional bitless headgear, see Hackamore. A cross under bitless bridle A bitless bridle is a general term describing a… …   Wikipedia

  • lunge line — noun A rope like piece of equipment, usually 20 feet or longer in length, attached to the bridle, lungeing cavesson, or halter of a horse to provide control while lungeing …   Wiktionary

  • lunge — 1. noun /lʌndʒ/ a) A sudden forward movement, especially with a sword. b) A long rope or flat web line, more commonly referred to as a lunge line, approximately 20 30 feet long, attached to the bridle, lungeing cavesson …   Wiktionary

  • Longeing — or lungeing is a technique for training horses, where a horse is asked to work at the end of a long line and respond to commands from a handler on the ground who holds the line. It is also a critical component of the sport of equestrian vaulting …   Wikipedia

  • Noseband — Parade horse regalia, showing a noseband attached to a bridle, an example of a noseband used primarily for style, though it also is the point of attachment for a standing martingale. A noseband is the part of a horse s bridle that encircles the… …   Wikipedia

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