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Definition of Cavesson

Cavesson
Cavesson Cav"es*son, Cavezon Cav"e*zon, n. [F. cave[,c]on, augm. fr. LL. capitium a head covering hood, fr. L. caput head. Cf. Caberzon.] (Man.) A kind of noseband used in breaking and training horses. [Written also caveson, causson.] --White.

Meaning of Cavesson from wikipedia

- headstall or crownpiece, held independently of the bit, it is often called a cavesson or caveson noseband. In other styles of riding, a simple noseband is sometimes...
- A lunging cavesson is a piece of equipment used when longeing a horse. A lunging cavesson consists of a heavy, padded noseband, metal rings to attach...
- poll onto the upper neck, and holds multiple headstalls together when a cavesson or second bit is added, and holds the throatlatch in place on designs where...
- animal without using a bit. Direction control may also be via a noseband or cavesson, if one is used. The term hackamore is the most historically accurate word...
- tongues, but becoming the cavesson in French, and the bosal in Spanish. Another modern descendant is the modern longeing cavesson which includes a heavy...
- It may have a snap, buckle, or chain on one end to attach to a longeing cavesson or bridle. A chain [3], although sometimes used with difficult horses,...
- reins and are used for riding and driving horses. English Bridles have a cavesson style noseband and are seen in English riding. Their reins are buckled...
- also vary in style based on discipline, but most feature some type of cavesson noseband as well as closed reins, buckled together at the ends, that prevents...
- the influence of Olympic Equestrian competition. The rules on permitted cavessons (nosebands) saddles, saddle pads, etc., are subject to change and do change...
- 8" or "grackle" noseband. A standing martingale can be attached to the cavesson (the upper, heavier strap) of a flash noseband, but not to the lower, "flash"...
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