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

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He's getting on a bit now, and we just felt we would give him every chance by trying cheekpieces on him.
I don't think he 100 per cent wanted to do that so the cheekpieces helped.
The cheekpieces have helped him, he can be a bit lazy and they have really woken him up.
Trainer Paul Nicholls said: "The cheekpieces just sharpened him up as he was getting a bit idle.
Grey Mirage was another who took to first-time cheekpieces when tasting victory at the track at the end of December.
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.
At Goodwood Richard Fahey was fined PS1,000 for not parading his runners in the correct order for the Sussex Stakes, which affected nobody, but then for two days running horses were withdrawn because they got to the start without cheekpieces and the trainers were fined PS140.
TRAINER Gordon Elliott may fit Don Cossack with cheekpieces for the Cheltenham Gold Cup in a bid to sharpen him up after a lacklustre warm-up at Thurles.
The booking of Robert Winston and application of first-time cheekpieces are other plus points for a horse who has plenty of speed on both sides of his pedigree and is sure to have been primed to make an instant impact for his trainer (right).
Clive Brittain took the unorthodox step of equipping Warrsan with cheekpieces for his work on the dirt ahead of the race.
Nick Williams fits his runner with cheekpieces for the first time and he could bounce back returned to chasing with Lizzie Kelly up.
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.