Type
Word Search
Description

equine
coach horse
light horse
rack
pace
gait
trot
bit
blemish
unsoundness
hand
donkey
mule
color breed
saddle
stirrup
vice
horsemanship
hinny
Jack

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

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 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

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

Equine Vocab Word Scramble

Type
Word Scramble
Description

Warmblood
Clydesdale
Foal
Dutch Warmblood
Quarter Horse
Jack
Belgian
Sire
Filly
Weanling
Gelding
Horse
Holsteiner
Thoroughbred
Tack
Dam
Draft
Trakehner
John
Welsh Pony
Bridle
Feathering
Mule
Jennet
Pony
Stock horses
Percheron
Donkey
Paint
Colt
Broodmare
Overo
Chincoteague Pony
American Saddlebred
Standardbred
Hinny
Hand
Bit
Equine
Appaloosa
Farrier
Arabian
Mare
Colt
Stallion
Shetland Pony
Tobiano
Norwegian Fjord
Bashkir Curly
Oldenburg
Shire
Yearling
Hanoverian
Pony of America
Saddle
Morgan
Tennessee Walking Horse
Tovero
Coldblood
Hotblood

unit 31 Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

horse breeds used for riding light horse
horses used for work draft horse
member of the horse family with long ears donky
developed to pull wagons coach horse
members of the horse family that are 14.2 hands or more tall horses
members of the horse family that are less than 14.2 hands tall ponies
measures as 4 inches hand
only specific colors or colorpatterns color breeds
cross between a jack and a mare mule
a male donkey or mule jack
mature female horse or donkey mares
a stallion with a jennet 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 horseback equitation
a padded leather seat for the rider of a horse saddle
foot rests hung from the saddle stirrups
a slow four beat gaite walk

Livestock terms Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

blackhawks
nbms
hand
mare
stallion
colt
filly
foal
equine
donkey
mule
jack
jenny
litter
sire
polled
herd
flock
dam
Breed

The Horse Course Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

The horse course equinetime
Horse feet hooves
help on leg up
bottom holder saddle
Game of Irons horseshoes
Steering wheel Reins
Flowing __________ mane
bringing up the rear tails
#1 Triple Crown Derby
English Darby Steeplechase
ABCs of groundwork dressage
mouthpiece bit
leopard print appaloosa
1/4 = Quarter
donkey/horse mule
3 day events, dressage, cross-country & jumping
Gear, et al Tack
measure hands
Three beat gait canter
Horse house stable
For the footing stirrups
Racing breed Thorobred
Main meal hay
"You can lead a horse to _______ water
Clover-like alfalfa
Less hands pony
cowboy horse assn. AQHA
Snaffle bit with small rings bradoon
Tack on withers pommel
Black & White; Not red all over Zebra
In Chinese years, 1954 horse
Ladies used to ride sidesaddle
"Hot to" diagnogal gait trot
Derby's unbeaten time Secretariat
Rodeo bucking bronco
Barn compartment stall
standardbred trotter
middle-weight warmblood
Your Bud's 'light' horse clydesdale
This stste's walking horse Tennessee
Sewell's "Black ____________" Beauty
Pony Roundup Chincoteague
Extinct 3 toed genus protohippus
Female horse Mare
Neutered stallion gelding

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 Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

baby horse foal
what horse wears when leading halter
horse foot hoof
boy baby horse colt
equine horse
baby girl horse filly
what horse wears on head when riding bridle
what you sit on when riding saddle
what you hold in your hands when riding reins
what you put your foot in stirrup
what goes in the horses mouth bit
what holds the saddle on girth
horse 14.2 hands or smaller pony
how you measure a horse hand