Type
Word Search
Description

hay
jods
breeches
helmet
boots
braids
hunter
jumper
throat
cheek
nostril
muzzle
face
eye
forehead
forelock
ear
poll
crest
withers
barrel
back
croup
hip
chest
pastern
knee
fetlock
chestnut
cannon
hock
dock
hoof pick
sponge
tail
mane
comb
face brush
body brush
dandy brush
curry comb
noseband
bit
brow band
crown piece
throat latch
cheek piece
reins
panel
cantle
stirrup leather
stirrup iron
buckle guard
billet
flap
skirt
pad
girth
knee roll
seat
pommel

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

English Tack Bingo

Type
Bingo Cards
Description

Browband
Nose band
Throat latch
Crown piece
Caveson
Cheek piece
Snaffle bit
Panel
Billets
Knee roll
Cantle
Pommel
Skirt
Stirrup leathers
Stirrup irons
Flap
Gullet
Seat
Twist
Stirrup leather keeper
Stirrup bar
Girth
Dee Ring
Jockey

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Parts of a Horse Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Stifle
Shoulder
Splints
Poll"
Pastern
Muzzle
Mane
Loin
Knee
Jugular groove
Hoof
Hock
Hindquarters
Girth
Gaskin
Frog
Forelock
Forearm
Flank
Fetlock
Ergot
Elbow
Dock
Croup
Crest
coronary band
Coupling
Chin groove
Chestnut
cannon bone
Barrel
Back
Tail
Throatlatch
Withers

AG Horse Tack Word Find Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Fenders
Cantle
Gullet
Pommel
Cinch
Horn
Head stall
Bit
Bridle
Girth
Halter
Reins
Saddle
Saddle pad
Stirrup
Throat latch

Parts of saddle and bridle Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

stirrup bar
stirrup treds
Saddle flap
Panel
Lining
Gullet
girth
stud
stirrup leathers
Girth Guard
Skirt
Reins
Noseband
Browband
Cheekpieces
Seat
cantle
pommel
waist
Headpiece

Parts of a Pig Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Ham
Hock
Cannon
Dewclaw
Toe
Sheath
Belly
Side
Elbow
Pastern
Knee
Jowl
Mouth
Snout
Face
Ear
Neck
Shoulder
Tail
Rump
Back
Loin

Saddle parts Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

billet
latigo
gullet
concho
seat
cinch
string
skirt
pommel
stirrup
fender
cantle
horn

Dairy Cattle Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Barrel
Heart Girth
Hock
Pastern
Gurnsey
Milking shorthorn
Jersey
Brown Swiss
Ayrshire
Holstien

Horse Body Parts Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Part of the horse at the rear tail
The area that includes the horses nostrils and mouth Muzzle
The hair long the horse's neck mane
The poll is between these ears
ryhmes with pump Rump
Where the horse's mane ends and their back starts Wither
part between the hoof and fetlock pastern
A horse's foot hoof
a Horse's ankle fetlock
don't put your leg in the horse's __________. Flank
a horse sees with it's __________. eyes
a horse's elbow is called a ______ hock
The hock on the front leg is called it's ________ knee
top part of a horse's rear leg. Hip
top part of the front leg shoulder
mane between the horse's ears forelock
front part of the horse Chest

Saddle Parts Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

many people grab this horn
western & english both have this at the rear of saddle helping you to keep your seat cantle
found beneath your seat on english saddle twist
connects belly belt to western saddle latigo
protects most of your leg from horse sweat fender
western saddles can have from zero to three of these skirt
Important safety feature keeps western foot holder from flipping hobble strap
you WON'T find these on most western show saddles saddle strings
The raised front of both western & english saddles, they appear VERY different pommel
metal pieces that hold up the stirrups, most have safety release stirrup bar
determines height of saddle from horses back, like a riser gusset
the shock absorber of the english saddle panels
Attaches an english girth to the english saddle Girth Straps
extra padding for a rider’s leg offering comfort and support while making it easier to maintain the correct riding position knee rolls
comfort feature that aids rider in proper leg position knee pads
large panels hanging down from the tree of english saddle protection horse and rider from saddle hardware saddle flaps
what you place your feet in, both english & western stirrup
cutout or tunnel underneath the saddle gullet