Horse Show Terminology

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  • Laminitis - Noninfectious inflammation of the sensitive laminae of one or more of the hooves.
  • Lateral movements - The horse is going sideways to some degree and only at the instructions of the rider.
  • Lead (leg) - In canter or lope, the horse is on the right or left lead as indicated by the inside or leading foreleg; also the third beat in the stride.
  • Length Bend - The horse is bent uniformly round your inside leg. The inside surface area of the horse is the same shape as the circumference of the corner or circle.
  • Livery - Board / Boarding.
  • Lunge line - A long line, about 20 to 30 feet, used to train and exercise a horse.
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