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Synonyms for saddlecloth

stable gear consisting of a blanket placed under the saddle

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Signed by Fox and trainer Lucinda Russell, the saddlecloth has been framed alongside a racecard that features signatures of the 40 jockeys who contested the Aintree showpiece plus a photograph of One For Arthur.
Saddlecloths should not be used for showing classes, but are fine for jumping.
Several manufacturers use Saddlecloth to create insulated garments for cold weather hunting, but Pella goes the other way, using Saddlecloth alone to create lightweight hunting wear for warmer weather.
This time, after a saddlecloth had been laid on the ground and a wooden trunk set on top of it, a fire-eater appeared.
Saddle Blanket--A blanket or pad of wool or cotton placed on the back of a horse beneath the saddle to prevent chafing; saddlecloth.
IT IS rude to talk about a lady's age, but whether it be Treve defying the extra weight in her saddlecloth to become only the third four-year-old in the last dozen years to hold off the Classic generation in the Arc or 65-year-old Criquette Head-Maarek sending out her third winner of the race 35 years after her first, this Longchamp Sunday was a triumph for maturity and experience.
The runner-up will receive a Hickstead Saddlecloth and five free bags of horse feed.
Choose between heavy-pile or micro fleece; and weather-resistant Saddlecloth in an extensive variety of camouflage patterns.
They point out that a company's logo on a horse's saddlecloth, for example, would attract widespread attention.
Consequently, Arko always wears a saddlecloth with the owners' golden bear motif,while his rider has golden bears embroidered on the collars of his shirts.
I've bought a lot of parkas, overalls and boots for hunting over the years, but I'd always just assumed that Cordura, Polartec, Saddlecloth and whatever were all just fancy names for "warm clothes.
The Saddlecloth offerings from Woolrich have been expanded to include a jacket insulated with DuPont Thermaloft.
Saddlecloth number; latest placings (most recent on right), a hyphen splits placings from last season and this season, an oblique means placings from two or more seasons ago; horse's name; days since last ran; other info: B (blinkers), V (visor), C (course winner), D (distance winner), CD (winner over both course and distance); Mirror Racing desk fancies: SF (Strongly Fancied), F (Fancied), EW (each-way chance).
Some of the horses would have saddlecloth numbers stretching into the 80s or 90s.