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English and Western Tack


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gullet A usually small decorative piece on a Western saddle
horn There are three of these on an English saddle, usually only two are used at a time.
offside billet Another, less commonly known name for the fender
reins This piece is located behind the cantle of a Western saddle
seat This piece is used to secure the bit under the horses's chin in western riding
snaffle This is an area of space under the English saddle- if not present, then your tree is probably broken and it's time to get a new saddle.
rear jockey This item is featured in both English and Western saddles and is a good place to sit.
stirrup irons It's very important to wear the proper shoes when your feet go in these often metal items.
dressage This is used during cattle roping and make this style of saddle highly recognizable.
sudadero This small leather piece ensures that the buckles stay fastened and don't rub any other part of the saddle.
girth Also known as the noseband.
browband You often have to move your horses's forelock when adjusting this piece of an English bridle
concho This small area is located under the cantle on an English saddle
cheekpiece This style of riding uses a saddle similar to an English saddle. It's national organization initials are as follows: USDF
billet This item, when properly attached, keeps your saddle from sliding under your horses's stomach
curb chain These attach directly to the bit and are used to control the direction of the horses's head.
cavesson One of two on a Western saddle. Used to secure the saddle on the horse
curb These two connect the bit to the headpiece of a bridle
buckleguard This puts pressure on a horse's poll when the reins are tightened and is a part of the bridle.
panel A type of bit commonly used in Western riding.
crownpiece This can be used with either the right or left ear, depending on your preference.
cinch Sometimes referred to the girth in English riding, this item secures your saddle to your horse.
shaped earpiece This bit is commonly used in English riding and is one of the more gentle to use in a horse's mouth

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