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    Horse Equipment Supplies Service & Training in Lake Forest Park

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    Helpful Definition for: Horse Equipment Supplies Service & Training

    Horse equipment suppliers in Lake Forest Park are the dealers who sell the various equipment and accessories of horses that those animals wear while being treated domestically. Most significant of these equipment are- saddles, stirrups, bridles, halters, reins, bits, harnesses, martingales and breastplates. Saddles are the seats fastened on the horse's back to allow the rider to sit. The saddle accessories include- Breastplate, Pack saddle, Crupper & Breeching. Stirrups provide support & stability to the rider. Headgear is the special arrangement of straps around the head of a horse, meant for controlling & communicating with the horse. There are several types of headgear, like- Bridles, hackamores, halters or head-collars, Reins, Bits, Harness, Breastplates & martingales. Spurs, Whip & crop are the associated equipment. Horse riding in Lake Forest Park is a popular practice performed as a sport as well as recreationally. It requires professional training to get accustomed to the technique. In Lake Forest Park there are a number of training agencies that provide such training services.

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