The body includes a member for locking (17) the jumper in the holding position, the locking member being mounted on the body so as to be movable between a jumper-fastening position and a jumper-releasing position.
The jumper end hub (23) is attached to a jumper termination structure (13) comprising a second suspension part (21).
The coaxial cable assembly can be a jumper, or a lead.
The jumper electrically couples the inner terminus to the outer terminus.
External connector (28) may be adapted to be connected to external communications cable (44), and jumper communications cable (46) may be connected between jumper connector (30) and computer (48).
The rider support means may comprise a front support (12), and a rear support (14) to support the front and rear of the rider respectively.
The device enables to avoid faulty handling on the experienced rider's part, enables the beginner to find the right balance and controls the horse's mouth.
The invention concerns a device for absorbing shocks and vibrations felt by the rider and the horse thereby preventing the rider from feeling pain in the ankle and knee joints.
The invention relates to a safety stirrup for use with horses which prevents a rider's foot from being caught in the stirrup in the event of inadvertent dismounting of the rider.
Systems, devices, and methods for gathering data from a horse and rider and providing training to the rider are provided.
The recess of the cable guard prevents unnecessary further drive of the U-shaped staple when the U-shaped staple is sufficiently captured by the cable guard and secured onto the support surface.
Electrical connectors usually consist of a contact blade and a contact element located radially and elastically on said plate.
Movement of the actuating device (40) causes the staple latch (16) to be unlocked and to enable the staple (12) to move into the unlocked position to unlock the lock.
The straddle carrier has at least four weight-bearing portions which bear the weight of the shipping container when it is lifted by the straddle carrier.
The monitor displays the roper's real-time position and a positional reference corresponding to a preferred roper placement.
The use of spacers advantageously enables the strap to be self-aligned.
Each index tab depicts a reduced view of its corresponding double page.