136 Spanish Equestrian Vocabulary


barn – el granero

bay – castaño

black – negro

blaze – lucero

boots – botas

braided – trenzada

brand – hierro

breast collar – pecho petral

bridle – la brida

bridle, snaffle – brida, bridon

browband – frontalera

brush – cepillo

buckskin – bayo

camping – vivac (camping)

cannon bone – caña

canter – galope

chaps – pierneras

chestnut – alazán

chestnut w/flaxen mane & tail – alazán pelo de vaca

cinch – cincha

colt – el potro

colt/filly (1 – 2 yrs) – tusón/ tusóna

colt/filly (2 – 3 yrs) – escobillo/ escobilla

colt/filly (3 – 4 yrs) – potro/ potra

conformation – conformación

coronet – corona

cowlick – remolino

crest – gato

croup – grupa

croup (rear) – crupa

curb bit – bocado

curb chain – cadenilla

dapple gray – tordo rodado

ears – orejas

equestrian – ecuestre

eyes – ojos

fetlock – menudillo

flank – ijares

flask – cantimplora

fleabitten gray – tordo picazo (also mosqueado)

foal – potro

forelock – copete, tupé

gelding – caballo castrado

girth – cincha

gloves – guantes

gray – tordo

half chaps – polainas

halter – cabestro

hat – sombrero

head – cabeza

headstall – cabezada

heel – talón

helmet – casco

herd – la manada

hock – corvejón

hoof – casco, uña, la pezuña

hoof-picks – desparmado

horse – caballo

horseshoe – herradura

leadrope – guindaleta

left – izquierda

legs – piernas

lunge line – cuerda

mane – crin, melena

manure – estiercol

mare – yegua

neck – cuello

noseband – muserola

nostril – nariz (ollar)

nursing colt/filly – rastra

palomino – cremello isabela, perla

reins – riendas

rider – el jinete

right – derecha

rope – lazo

saddle – silla, montilla (for more of a vaquero style saddle)

sleeping bag – saco de dormir

sleeping pad – colchoneta

snaffle bit – filete

soft mouth – boqui fresco

spirit – brio

spurs – espuelas

stakes – estacas

stallion – caballo entero, semental

stallion – el semental

star – estrella

stirrup – estribo

tail – cola

tail wrap – atacola

tent – tienda

to gallop – galopar

to girth – cinchar

to graze – apacentar

to lengthen – alargar

to limp – cojear (renquear)

to loosen the girth – aflojar

to neigh           relinchar

to ride a horse – andar a caballo

to ride a horse – montar a caballo

to saddle – encillar

to shorten – acortar

to trot  – trotar

to unsaddle – desencillar

trot – trote

walk – paso

whinny/ neigh – relincho

withers – cruz

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2 responses to “136 Spanish Equestrian Vocabulary

  1. Thanks a lot for this, Señor Zorro. 🙂

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