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Cannon–(1) That portion of an animal’s leg, ankle, or pastern from the knee to the fetlock, in the front legs, or the hock to the fetlock, ankle, or pastern in the rear legs. (2) A horse’s bit. (3) To lift and swing a log crosswise to a load of logs. Cannula–A metal, rubber, or glass tube inserted into a body cavity to allow the escape of fluids or gas and through which liquids may be introduced into the body. Canter–The gait of a horse in which the feet strike the ground one at a time. An abbreviation of Canterbury gallop, describing the gait of horses ridden by pilgrims to Canterbury.
Carminative–A chemical which expels gas from the alimentary canal to relieve colic, etc. , dogs, cats, bears, and seals. Carotenase–An enzyme in the human body capable of converting carotene into vitamin A. See Carotene. Carpet Wool–Wool that is coarse, harsh, strong, and more suitable for carpets than fabrics. Very little wool of this type is produced in the United States. Some of the choicer carpet wools are used to make tweeds or other rough sport clothing. Carriage–(1) A frame on which a log is held.
The check rein is attached to the backpad of the harness, thus holding up the horse’s head. Also called checkrein and bearing rein. See Checkrein. Check Dam–A small, low dam constructed in a shallow watercourse to decrease the velocity of stream flow and to promote the deposition of eroded material. Check Strap–A part of a harness that passes between a horse’s forelegs. It is fastened to the collar on one side and bellyband on the other. It prevents the collar form rising when the horse is backing up or stopping.