When a horse bites another horse or a person.
Grandmother of a horse. Also known as a “granddam.”
Solid white markings extending from the top of the hoof to the ankles.
Three-year-old horses. Called sophomores because age three is the second year of racing eligibility.
Horse that moves about its stall constantly and frets rather than rests.
A male horse used for breeding.
The right to breed one mare to a particular stallion during one breeding season.
A lifetime breeding right to a stallion; one mare per season per share.
A horse bred in a particular state and thus eligible to compete in races restricted to state-breds.
Solid white markings extending from the top of the hoof to the knee or hock.
A white marking running down a horse’s face, starting under an imaginary line connecting the tops of the eyes.
1) Male horse used for breeding. 2) A breeding farm.
Registry and genealogical record of Thoroughbreds, maintained by the Jockey Club of the country in question. Use lower case when describing a generic stud book, all words, including “The,” are capitalized when describing “The American Stud Book.”
A foal in its first year of life, while it is still nursing.