Colt: A male horse under 4 years old that has not been castrated.
Dam: The mother of the horse.
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Dandy Brush: A brush with stiff bristles, used to remove dried mud from a horse’s coat.
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Farrier: This is a blacksmith who does horse shoeing. (ÙØ§ÙØ¨ÙØ¯)
Equestrian: Relating to horse-riding. (Ø´ÛØ³ÙØ§Ø±Û Ø³Û Ù ØªØ¹ÙÙ)
Filly: A female horse under 4 years old. (ÚØ§Ø± Ø³Ø§Ù Ø³Û ÚÚ¾ÙÙ¹Û Ú¯Ú¾ÙÚÛ)
Gymkhana: Rodeo events made up of games such as pole bending and barrel racing. (Ø¬Ù Ø®Ø§ÙÛ)
Hand: A hand is the unit of height that horses are measured in. 1 hand = 4 inches = 10 centimeters.
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Horse-riding: The activity of riding a horse, for enjoyment, exercise, or in competitions. (Ø´ÛØ³ÙØ§Ø±Û)
In harness: A horse that is in harness is wearing a harness.
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Jodhpurs: Pants specially made for horse riding.
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Jockey: A rider. The word “jockey” is usually used for race horse riders. (Ú¯Ú¾ÚØ¯ÙÚÚ©Ø§ÚØ§Ø¨Ú© Ø³ÙØ§Ø±)
Bridle: The entire headpiece, the headstall, bit, chin strap, and reins, is called the bridle. (ÙÚ¯Ø§Ù )
Broodmare: A female horse that is used strictly for breeding. (Ú¯Ú¾ÙÚÛØÙ Ø§Ø¯ÛØ§Ù)
Foal: A baby horse or pony still at its mother’s side.
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Mare: A female horse over 4 years old. (ÚØ§Ø± Ø¨Ø±Ø³ Ø³ÛØ¨ÚÛ Ú¯Ú¾ÙÚÛ)
Martingale :A leather device used to control the position of a horse’s head. (Ù¾ÛØ´ Ø¨ÙØ¯)
Mane: The hair that grows out of the horse’s neck, from behind the ears to the wither.
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Muzzle: Basket for keeping horse mouth shut.
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Mule : The offspring of a male donkey and a female horse. (Ø®ÚÙØ±)
Stable: A building in which horses are kept. (Ø§ØµØ·Ø¨Ù)
Purebred: A horse that through generations of unmixed breeding, has and will produce the preferred physical characteristics of the breed. (Ø®Ø§ÙØµ Ø§ÙÙØ³Ù)
Racecourse: A wide, usually circular, path with grass surface, on which horses race, or the area that includes this path and buildings around it.
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Pony : Breeds of small horses, under 14.2 hands tall. (Ù¹Ù¹ÙÙ)
Stud book: A stud book is a written record of the breeding of particular horse, especially a racehorse.
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Stallion: A male horse over 4 years old that has not been castrated.
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Syce: A person who takes care of horses. (Ú¯Ú¾ÙÚÙÚº Ú©Ø§ ÙÚ¯Ø±Ø§Ù)