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either of two straps of a bridle that connect the bit to the headpiece

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We are the company that originally produced the Delta Cheekpiece for Colt firearms back in the '80s when they sold the AR-15 Delta," Ridge said.
Buoyed by that response, Hawke got an even better reaction when applying cheekpieces for a handicap hurdle over two miles and three furlongs at Taunton.
And he schooled in cheekpieces yesterday alongside Queen Mother Champion Chase favourite Sprinter Sacre.
Yogi's coming down to school a few horses this week, and we'll probably school him in the cheekpieces, as it's something we're thinking about," Henderson said.
The following night at Catterick what had already become a three-horse race because of non-runners became a match when Miss Mazzie arrived at the start without cheekpieces and winning punters had to put up with a 5p deduction.
Cheekpieces are used to limit the horse's field of vision to keep his mind on the game.
The five-year-old also wears first-time cheekpieces and has dropped to a winning mark after failing to add to his Newcastle victory in much better grade 14 months ago.
20 Fairyhouse 1pt win VVSONG Light could cash in on class drop now fitted with cheekpieces 3.
Off for 18 months before making his debut for the Jackdaws Castle trainer in October, Burton Port ran the best race since his absence when second at Newbury in first-time cheekpieces last month.
The Godolphin-owned five-year-old has disappointed in two starts since returning from Dubai, but worked in cheekpieces for the first and reportedly went well under Frankie Dettori on the watered gallop in Newmarket.
John Gosden's colt has since worked well on the Al Bahathri and is fitted with cheekpieces.
40), John Spearing's only runner of the day, has dropped to a winning mark and is fancied to add to her tally, with first-time cheekpieces likely to sharpen her up.
VVFENDALE has returned to form since fitted with cheekpieces 2.
A horse can run in blinkers, which are cups over the eyes, a visor, which are blinkers with a vertical slit, or cheekpieces, the sheepskin strips which run down the side of the head.
Not a model of consistency, Pacha Du Polder was revitalised by the application of cheekpieces and his lead was barely challenged throughout the two-and-a-half miles as he came home five lengths clear of Big Fella Thanks.