Happy mouth snaffle
French cheek snaffle
Twisted american gag
The tallest part of the horse that does not move
Part of the bridle
Part of the saddle
The top of the horse's tail
The muscle in the horse's upper thy
Rubbing a horses foot in petroleum jelly, then bandaging the foot to get rid of kinks and/or sores on the horse.
When a horse bites or chews on the side of their stall, the paddock fence etc. this is both unhealty and dangerous to the horse.
When a horse refuses a jump because of its height, width, etc.
Putting a horse's foot and lower leg into a bucket of warm water and epsom salts to get rid of infections.
Between A and B
Between C and D