Definition of Crownpiece. Meaning of Crownpiece. Synonyms of Crownpiece

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Definition of Crownpiece

Crownpiece
Crownpiece Crown"piece` (-p?s`), n. (a) A piece or part which passes over the head, as in a bridle. (b) A coin [In sense (b) properly crown piece.] See Crown, 19.

Meaning of Crownpiece from wikipedia

- direction and control. The bridle consists of the following elements: Crownpiece: The crownpiece, headstall (US) or headpiece (UK) goes over the horse's head just...
- the crownpiece can be connected. However, in many cases, a loop is formed in the left side of the crownpiece and the right side of the crownpiece simply...
- riding, where the noseband is separately attached to its own headstall or crownpiece, held independently of the bit, it is often called a cavesson or caveson...
- has a slight depression, and is a sensitive location. Thus, because the crownpiece of a bridle p****es over the poll joint, a rider can indirectly exert pressure...
- behind the ears of a horse at the poll, delineating the area where the crownpiece of the bridle lies. Bridle paths are a common style of grooming in the...
- cord, strap, or chain on the face of the horse that is attached to the crownpiece or browband and runs down the horse's face to the noseband or bit rings...
- to a ring on either side of the bridle or halter, at the base of the crownpiece. Running through those rings, the forks follow the ch****pieces to the...
- guards with an integral forked strap, to suspend them from the browband or crownpiece of the bridle, are known as ch****ers (see Frentera). Resembling a bit...
- poll, the area immediately behind the ears, shaved in order to help the crownpiece of the bridle lie more neatly on the head. This area is called a 'bridle...
- supported by attaching the nose button to the horse's forelock or the crownpiece of the headstall, using a single thin strap of leather called a forelock...
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