Type
Crossword
Description

to move with a clumsy heavy tread gallop
the joint of a horses leg between the cannon bone and the pastern fetlock
to proceed or cause to proceed at a pace faster than a walk, lifting each diagonal pair of legs alternately trot
a young horseor related animal foal
a young horse that has sexually immature or has not attained an arbitrarily designated age colt
the female of a horse or other equine animal mare
a stock of animals within a species having a distinctive appearance and typically having been developed by deliberate selection breeds
any equiment used to ride a horse tack
the rhythmic characteristic movement of a horses feet up a triangular base of support gait
a horse or another member of the horse family equine

Horse Terms Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Barrel
Bars
Bit
Blanket
Bridle
Brow band
Brush
Cannon
Canter
Cantle
Chance
Cheddar
Cheek
Chestnut
Colt
Croup
D ring
Donkey
Equine
Farrier
Fender
Fetlock
Filly
Foal
Forearm
Forelock
Frog
Gallop
Gaskin
Gelding
Girth
Grain
Gullet
Halter
Hands
Hay
Hock
Hoof
Horse
Jockey
Jowl
Knee roll
Kneeroll
Latigo
Lead rope
Leathers
Mane
Mare
Mule
Muzzle
Pastern
Pole
Pony
Rope
Saddle
Scooby
Shoes
Shoulder
Skirt
Sole
Stallion
Stifle
Stirrup
Swell
Tack
Throat latch
Trailer
Trot
White line
Withers
Yearling

Horse Words Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

What can you tell by looking at your horse's teeth? Age
What is the fastest gait (speed) of the horse Gallop
The person who trims the horse's hooves (also called blacksmith) Farrier
The piece of equipment the horse wears on it's head when being ridden Bridle
The two-beat gait Trot
What is the long hair that grows on your horse's neck called? Mane
A large, white spot on your horse's forehead Star
What do you put your feet in while you are riding? Stirrups
When you're trotting, what is it called when you stand up and down? Posting
The mane for a baby horse Foal
An orange coloured horse. Also the word for the scabby bump on the inside of a horse's leg Chestnut
How many inches are there in one hand? Four
What do you yell when you enter the arena? Door
An equine that is under 14.2 hands tall Pony

horses Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

stirrup
saddle
equitation
gait
tack
jennet
stallion
hinny
mare
jack
mule
color breed
hand
pony
horse
coachhorse
donkey
draft horse
light horse
equine

Equestrian Vocabulary Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

The smooth arc of the horse’s body, from poll to croup, over a jump: BASCULE
To trim the mane so short that the hairs stand up, done for appearance, ease of care or to keep the mane out of the way of the rider: ROACH
Used to describe an untrained horse or one that is just beginning its training; also used to describe an inexperienced rider: GREEN
At the halt, horse stands with straight legs and the four hooves are at each corner of an imaginary rectangle – that is without and feet forward or back: SQUARE
The traditional warning to be aware of an approaching horse: HEADS UP
A type of equine that should not measure higher than 14.2 hands when fully grown: PONY
What some horses do with their tails to indicate excitement and exhilaration, considered a “trait” of the Arabian, but any horse may do it under the right circumstances: FLAG
One of the main classifications of bits that work through leverage CURB
A horse in healthy condition, the word usually refers to an absence of lameness: SOUND
A horse striking itself on any part of one leg with the hoof of another leg: INTERFERENCE
To rise and sink back into the saddle in rhythm with the trot in order to make the gait more comfortable for the rider: POSTING
To lead another horse from horseback, excellent way to get two horses legged up at the same time if they are acceptable to it: PONY
Western term for a horse with a reddish, light brown body color and a mane and tail of the same color as the body: SORREL
When a horse suddenly startles at a real or imagined event or object, such as the rustling of tree branches: SPOOK
The left side of a horse: NEAR
The highest part of the back, where it meets the base of the neck and the point where a horse’s height is measured from the ground: WITHERS
Cushioning layer of material with which a stall is floor is covered for comfort and to absorb moisture: BEDDING
Term used to describe an excitable horse: HOT
The highest portion of a horse’s head, just behind its ears: POLL
Term used to describe animals that naturally exhibit the need for companionship & in the wild live in herds; the horse is an example of an animal with this natural behavior, happier in a group then alone: GREGARIOUS
Horse shown over fences and judged on its style, manners, way of going and elegant style over the fence: HUNTER
Term used when watching a sound horse trot, using all limbs equally and moving to the clean 2-beat tempo of the gait (or if a ASB 5-gaited horse, the 4-beat tempo of the slow-gait or rack): SQUARE
Horse that has been trained to be ridden and is generally quiet and complacent: BROKE
Post(s) that hold the cups in which the rails of a jump are rest (set): STANDARD
Elastic V-shaped portion of the sole of the foot located between the bars; absorbs concussion and provides traction: FROG
Call for a reverse of direction when working in an arena: CHANGE REIN

Horses Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Mare
Stallion
Filly
Foal
Buck
Rear
Horses are Awesome
Tack
Tail
Mane
Withers
Hoof
Woods
Hack
Connemara
Cob
Shire
Shetland
Palamino
Dressage
Cross - Country
Showjumping
Gallop
Trot
Walk
Canter
Bit
Pony
Horse
Numnah
Bridle
Saddle

Horse Sense Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

This breed originated in the desert areas of Middle East Arabian
The ridge between the shoulder bones of a horse Withers
Part of the Saddle that goes under the belly to hold the saddle on Girth
Material used for saddles and bridles Leather
An unaltered male horse Stallion
Headgear used to control the horse Bridle
a slow, natural, flat footed, four beat gait Walk
A two-beat gait in which the legs move in diagonal pairs Trot
A female foal up to 3 years old Filly
Part of the bridle inserted in the mouth of a horse Bit
Structure, form, and symmetrical arrangement of the parts of a horse Conformation
easy rhythmical three beat gait Canter
a fast, three beat gait Gallop
Used to measure a horse's height hands
removes snarls from mane and tail Comb
removes sweat and water scraper

Horse vocab Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

The female of a horse or other equine animal Mare
An uncastrated adult male horses Stallion
a castrated animal, especially a male horse Gelding
a young horse horse or related animal Foal
A young uncastrated male horse in particular one less than four years old Colt
A young female horse, especially on less than four years old Filly
An american horse typically small and lightly built Mustang
A horse f a small stocky breed noted for fast speed on short distances Quarter Horses
A horse breed or trained to have a distinctive lateral gait in which both legs on the same side are lifted together Pacer
A pale golder or tan- colored horse Palomino
Denoting on animal Roan
Refers to several genetically unrelated pinto coloration Overo
A horse bred or trained for the sport of harness racing Trotter
Is a spotted color pattern commonly seen in pinto horses Tobiano
Two creme genes on a red horse Cremello

Horses Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Manure
Pritty
Dressage
Show jumping
Riding
Funny
Yearling
Foal
Filly
Flowers
Pony
Horseshoe
Coat
Eat
Grass
Tail
Mane
Cool
Gold
Jewel
Merlin
Buck
Rear
Fast
Beautiful
Free
Wild
Canter
Gallop
Walk
Trot
Muzzle
Hoof
Hay
Tack
Horses

Livestock Terminology Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Fully grown female cow cow
Castrated cow steer
Young female cow heifer
Young male cow calf
An uncastrated male sheep ram
A female sheep Ewe
A young sheep Lamb
The male of an antlerd animal Buck
A female deer doe
Young goat kid
Adult female swine sow
Male pig boar
Casterated male pig barrow
Hoofed mammal with sparse bristly hair and a flat snout pig
Young pig gilt
An uncasteraed cow bull
A male casterated sheep wether
Uncasterated male horse Stallion
Castrated male horse Gelding
Female horse over the age of three mare
A female horse under the age of 4 filly
A male horse under the age of 4 colt
A horse under the age of 1 foal
Raising birds such as chickens, turkeys, ducks, and geese Poultry
A female bird hen
A male bird rooster
A casterated bird capon
A type a bird used for eegs or/and meet chicken
A young bird chick

Horse Terminology Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

A type of horse used for riding. Light Horse
A type of horse used for work. Draft Horse
A shorter horse with long ears. Donkey
A horse used to pull a lot of weight. Coach Horse
A member of the horse family that is 14.2 hands or more tall. Horse
A member of the horse family that is less than 14.2 hands tall. Pony
A unit of measurement that is used to measure a horses height. Hand
Specific colors or patterns on a horse that helps classify a horse. Color Breeds
A horse that is a cross between a jack and a mare. Mule
A male Donkey or Mule Jack
A mature female horse or pony. Mare
An offspring of a male horse. Hinny
An adult male horse or pony. Stallion
A female donkey or mule. Jennet
Horse equipment. Tack
The way an animal moves. Gaits
The art of riding on horse back. Equitation
The padded leather seat for the rider of a horse. Saddle
Footrests hung from the saddle. Stirrups