Rein – meaning of the word and example

A long, thin piece of material, especially leather, that helps you to control and direct a horse. (Cambridge Dictionary)

A strap that is put around a small child’s body or wrist and held at the other end by an adult so that the adult can stop the child running away. (Cambridge Dictionary)

Kidneys. (Merriam – Webster)

A strap fastened to a bit by which a rider or driver controls an animal —usually used in plural. (Merriam – Webster)

Reins are the thin leather straps attached round a horse’s neck which are used to control the horse. (Collins Dictionary)


English Dressage reins


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