Test Your Knowledge of English Tack Parts Welcome to the Ultimate english tack knowledge quiz Think you know english saddles and bridles? Try your skills with this quick quiz. 1. What is the back part of the seat of an English saddle called? pommel billet cantle stirrup2. What part of the saddle does the rider rest their feet in? flap stirrups gullet twist3. What is the piece of tack that attaches to the saddle to hold it in place on the horse? skirt pommel girth surcingle4. What part of the saddle must be measured to find the right size for the horse? gullet dee ring flocking stirrup leather5. What is the part of the bridle that sits on the top of a horse's head behind the ears? noseband brow band caveson crown piece6. Snaffle, pelham, slow twist, full cheek, Dr. Bristol, and gag are a few types of what part of a bridle? cheek piece nose band bit reins7. Which of these is a type of noseband? cheek piece bit cavesson throat latch8. What two parts of the bridle attach to the bit? crown piece and cavesson reins and cheek pieces throat latch and brow band throat latch and crown piece9. What is the piece of tack called that attches to the D-rings of the saddle and the girth that helps keep the saddle from sliding too far back on the horse? martingale breast plate crupper surcingle10. Bits are made of several different materials. This enables a rider to give their horse alternatives if they particularly dislike a certain one. Three of the following materials are used to make bits. Which material is NOT used? metal leather rubber woodTime is Up!