Person who rides a racehorse; a jockey rides with very short stirrups and the body hunched over the horse’s neck.
Slightly curved part that is usually made of leather; it is laid on the horse’s back for the jockey to sit on.
Hard piece of equipment designed to protect the head.
Part that blocks the horse’s view of the ground; this prevents the horse from mistaking shadows for obstacles to jump over.
Strap that the jockey holds to control the bit to steer the horse.
Thin flexible stick that the rider uses to spur on the horse.
Strap around the horse’s belly that keeps the saddle on its back.
Padded piece of cloth underneath the saddle that protects the horse’s back from chafing and protects the saddle from the horse’s sweat.