noseband

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noseband

the detachable part of a horse's bridle that goes around the nose
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Tom Hall was one of the noseband pioneers in Britain, as shown by his gelding Culrain when winning the Prince Edward Handicap at Manchester in 1946, but other British trainers also adopted nosebands around that time, including George Todd.
Maxse added that they could possibly be likened more to sheepskin nosebands, which do not have to be declared but which several trainers-some as a matter of routine-use on their horses as an aid to concentration.
Grey horses, horses with sheepskin nosebands and blinkers, horses with big white blazes, jockeys in familiar or striking colours, are all a boon, but not a solution.