noseband


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noseband

the detachable part of a horse's bridle that goes around the nose
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he had a noseband on because he holds his head up a little, but we never ride him in one at home.
STICK ON: Sheepskin sidepiece BAND AID: Gerry Supple secures the brushing boots to protect Consigliere's tendons READY TO GO: The fitted saddle, numbercloth and breast girth PEDICURE: Consigliere has oil brushed on to his hoofs EYE EYE: The visor and sheepskin noseband REIN-ING SUPREME: David Pipe, the master of Pond House, gets close up and personal with various bridles in the tack room THE FULL MONTY: Consigliere fully kitted out and (inset) in action
We put the noseband on just because I think it helps him concentrate at his fences and I think it did.
EDGING AHEAD Martin Dwyer on board Lochidge, with the sheepskin noseband, gets up to win The Williamson Maiden Fillies Stakes at Salisbury yesterday.
Disaster - would you believe it, the sheepskin noseband came loose, blinding the poor horse which had to be pulled up
In the Grade One Scilly Isles at Sandown, Third Intention looked all over the winner before being caught late on, and Tizzard will send him out with a sheepskin noseband at Cheltenham.
A noseband and cheekpieces brought out a lot of improvement and, if blinkers can do the same, then you never know.
He has run in a sheepskin noseband to date, which suggests he has shown signs of some sort of temperament.
He stuck out his noseband under strong pressure to beat Higgy's Boy by a length and a quarter.
He was keen early on - that's why we put the Grakle noseband on this time, to give him every assistance.