Box Stall: A large, enclosed stall in which farm animals are kept; usually located in a barn or large storage shed.
Currycomb: A comb used to groom horses.
Currying: To groom a horse.
Gaiters: Protective gear for the lower leg often worn while riding horses.
Gunnysack: A man-made sack used to carry personal belongings; usually carried over the shoulder on a stick in the west.
Hackamore: Type of headgear for a horse that does not have a bit.
Jackson-Fork Tackle: A farm implement used for the stacking of hay.
Paisano: Slang term for Hispanic worker, ranch hand.
Rapier: Sharp, slender sword used mainly in Sixteenth- and Seventeenth-century Europe.
Riata: A lasso.
Scabbard: A sheath for a blade or knife.
Strangles: Equine distemper, or an infectious upper respiratory disease of horses with a relatively high mortality rate.