Noun(1) a simple jointed bit for a horse; without a curb
Verb(1) get hold of or seize quickly and easily(2) fit or restrain with a snaffle
(1) shall we snaffle some of Bernard's sherry?(2) Don't forget to snaffle a snack mid-afternoon, to maintain your glucose levels.(3) I used Penny's western bridle: a loose-ring, sweet iron snaffle with split reins and a long training fork or running martingale.(4) To learn the two track maneuver, use a martingale or a snaffle bit with draw reins to encourage the horse to flex through the poll and keep his head still.(5) Notice the preponderance of single-rein snaffle bridles .(6) More than half the tickets were quickly snaffled by Lions supporters.(7) Those willing started bridling the horses in simple snaffles .(8) But what about Jeremy Paxman's book, Friends in High Places, that showed the best jobs are snaffled by those from public schools and elite universities?(9) The horse should be fitted with a snaffle bridle , cavesson, roller or saddle, side reins and protection on all four legs, either boots or securely fitted bandages.(10) Only after the horse and human have progressed beyond the teaching phase the snaffle bit is introduced.(11) If anyone has forgotten to pack their white shirt - a not uncommon occurrence, one member of the orchestra says - they have quickly snaffled a replacement.(12) Stubbs represents the hunt followers as having good, light hands and aiming to ride on a loose rein, taking only the lightest possible contact with their horses' mouths, and then only with small snaffle bits .(13) If she got a little strung out, or she leaned a little on the snaffle bit , I simply applied a half-halt as if I was aboard a hunter or dressage horse and I had my perfect little jog.(14) He let us put a snaffle bit in his mouth, but I could tell he didn't like it.(15) Greenwood snaffled the ball at the front of a line out and sprinted 20 metres to open the second-half scoring.(16) These horsemen rode with short stirrups, in snaffle bridles with a loose rein, in an uncollected, free forward manner that was the exact opposite of the extreme collection of the Continental riding school, with its emphasis on curb bits.
(1) snaffle bit :: bit snaffle
1. snaffle bit ::
2. snap up ::
snap i fyny
3. grab ::
Different Formssnaffle, snaffled, snaffles, snaffling
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