Translation of crupper in Spanish:


baticola, n.

Pronunciation /ˈkrəpər/ /ˈkrʌpə/

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  • 1

    baticola feminine
    grupera feminine
    • Donkeys and mules don't have the big shoulders horses have, so their saddles have a special tail piece called a crupper to prevent saddle and rider from sliding forward onto the animal's neck.
    • Attached to the back edge of the aparejo's two sacks was a crupper, a broad leather strap, that ran around the animal's hindquarters and under its tail.
    • ‘Remember not to touch the horse's crupper and stand behind them,’ the coach warned us again and again.
  • 2

    grupa feminine
    ancas feminine