A horse that moves at a trot, that is, alternately lifting diagonal pairs of feet off the ground; the trot is slower than the pace.
Part of the harness that goes around the horse’s neck; it transmits the horse’s movement to the shaft.
Rigid equipment that protects the horse’s knee.
Equipment placed around the cannon of the horse’s leg to protect it from injury.
Two-wheeled one-passenger vehicle that is pulled by a horse; it is light (around 35 lb), aerodynamic and has no body.
Person who steers the horse; the driver’s main task is to restrain the horse to conserve its energy for the right moment.
Rein that is held by the driver to control the movement of the bit and thus steer the horse.
Wooden or metal arm that extends the sulky; the horse is harnessed between the two of them.