stirrup leather

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stirrup leather

n.
The strap used to fasten a stirrup to a saddle. Also called stirrup strap.
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And when I had told him he staggered as though he had been struck full in the face, so that he was compelled to grasp my stirrup leather for support.
At this juncture a rotten stirrup leather parted, and Daylight was all but unhorsed.
Peniaphobia (Al Quoz Sprint) had a leisurely stroll around the track with the pilot using exceptionly long stirrup leathers.
12 pairs of rainbow reins | 6 sets of stirrup leathers and |dapps (riding aids) Horse rugs - it's getting | colder now, and snow is forecast, so we'll need to get some more cosy rugs A mechanical horse - a |gentle method of introducing nervous riders to riding, a great way to stretch tight muscles before mounting the real thing and an excellent teaching aid PS15,000 towards resurfac-|ing the outdoor riding arena Two large mirrors for the |indoor area Matting or hardcore for our |field gateways and a few lorry loads of stone for our back lane used for winter grazing A metal mounting ramp for |wheelchair users riding in our outdoor arena Contributions towards spe-|cialist riding equipment and stable yard tools Volunteers for weekdays |during term time.
Garbutt has lengthened his stirrup leathers after the gallop and she consents to saunter home with her mates along the horsewalk adjacent to the busy Bury Road.
Amongst the stolen items are an 18 inch black equipe dressage saddle with amerigo stirrup leathers and stirrups, which has only been used a handful of times.
Don't get cocky riding that horse," he said as he adjusted the stirrup leathers.
The 9-4 market leader crashed out at the first after one of Dobbin's stirrup leathers broke.
Dobbin parted company with the 9-4 market leader after one of his stirrup leathers broke and although he was taken to hospital for X-rays, the rider did not believe he had broken any bones.
He's also convinced me that I've been riding too short, so I've dropped my stirrup leathers a bit.
The forward seat which helped more nervous mounts was ridden with shorter stirrup leathers, that carried the rider almost on the withers rather than some way behind them as advised by Colonel M F McTaggart in 1919.
At last season's Grand National meeting, he was unseated from Baby Run in the Fox Hunters', after which Ruby Walsh came up to him and advised him to drop his stirrup leathers by two holes.