Bradoon
Bradoon \Bra*doon"\, n. Same as {Bridoon}. [1913 Webster]

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  • bradoon — noun A type of snaffle bit, with small rings, usually used on a double bridle in conjunction with a curb bit. Syn: bridoon, bradoon bit …   Wiktionary

  • bradoon — variant of bridoon * * * bradoon var. form of bridoon …   Useful english dictionary

  • Double bridle — Double bridle, with both curb and snaffle bits. A double bridle, also called a full bridle or Weymouth bridle,[1] is a bridle that has two bits and four reins (sometimes called double reins ). One bit is the bradoon (or bridoon), is …   Wikipedia

  • Bridle — A bridle is a piece of equipment used to control a horse. The bridle fits over a horse s head, and has the purpose of controlling the horse. It holds a bit in the horse s mouth. As defined in the Oxford English Dictionary, a bridle includes a… …   Wikipedia

  • Bit (horse) — For other uses, see bit (disambiguation). A horse wearing an English bridle with a snaffle bit and a cavesson A bit is a type of horse tack used in equestrian activities, usually made of metal or a synthetic material, and is placed in the mouth… …   Wikipedia

  • Dressage — An upper level dressage competitor performing an extended trot. Dressage (pronounced /ˈdrɛsɑːʒ/ or /drɨˈsɑːʒ/) (a French term, most commonly translated to mean training ) is a competitive equestrian sport, defined by the International E …   Wikipedia

  • Curb bit — A Western style curb bit with leather curb strap An English style Weymouth curb …   Wikipedia

  • Rein — For other uses, see Rein (disambiguation). Reins are used to slow and direct the animal …   Wikipedia

  • Saddle seat — is a style of horseback riding within the category of English riding that is designed to show off the high trotting action of certain horse breeds. The style developed into its modern form in the United States, and is also seen in Canada and… …   Wikipedia

  • Horses in the Middle Ages — This 15th century depiction of Charlemagne and Pope Adrian I shows a well bred medieval horse …   Wikipedia

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