A speed horse running as an entry with another, usually come-from-behind horse. The rabbit is expected to set a fast pace to help the chances of its stablemate.
Also called white ticking, is a horse coat color characterized by limited roaning in a specific pattern: interspersed white hairs most dense and originating from the flank and the tail head.  Rabicano is distinct from true roan, which causes evenly interspersed white hairs throughout the body, except the head and legs.
The barrier on either side of the racing strip.
A horse that refuses to settle under a jockey's handling in a race, running in a headstrong manner without respect to pace.
Structure used by horses shipping in for a race who do not have a stall at that racetrack.
Long straps, usually made of leather that are connected to the bit and used by the jockey to control the horse.
Horse with white hairs mingled throughout its coat. Combined with the color gray when referring to Thoroughbred horse colors.