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tack room

n
1. (Horse Training, Riding & Manège) a room in a stable building in which bridles, saddles, etc are kept
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tack room

nselleria
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The offenders forced open a barn door before entering two secure tack rooms.
The buildings, which include the lodge, stables, tack rooms, changing room and storage areas, were built in 1892 by John Dobson.
It is ideal for equestrian enthusiasts as there are 12 stables, a foaling box, tack rooms, feed stores, horse walker, outdoor menage and a lunging ring.
Intruders broke into two tack rooms at the Hollyfast Meadows equestrian centre, in Hollyfast Lane, Corley, and hauled away 20 sets of tack, plus rugs, boots, riding boots and body protectors.
"Tack rooms should always be secured with substantial padlocks, and it is worth considering burglar alarms and outdoor security lights with sensors.