Robert J Ferrand, Joseph A Sember III: Curve-conforming sensor array pad and method of measuring saddle pressures on a horse. Edward B Anderson, December 27, 1994: US05375397 (156 worldwide citation)

A sensor array pad for sensing the pressure distribution under a saddle on the back of a horse includes a membrane made of first and second, identical substantially non-stretchable, flexible membrane portions. The membrane portions have adjacent facing edges that are joined at two spaced-apart tabs. ...

Mark L Pomeranz, R Saul Levinson: Shock absorbing devices using rheopexic fluid. Frishauf Holtz Goodman & Woodward, September 18, 1984: US04471538 (139 worldwide citation)

Shock absorbing devices utilize rheopexic fluid contained in a deformable sealed chamber which is subjected to external shock forces. Upon application of the shock forces to the deformable sealed chamber, the rheopexic fluid filled therein is exerted with shear stress which causes the rheopexic flui ...

Gloria J Zielinski: Protective body suit for animals. Dowrey & Cross, October 26, 1982: US04355600 (77 worldwide citation)

A protective body covering for a four-legged mammal which will hold a bandage against its body includes a tube of elastic fabric having at least four holes through which the animal's legs may be inserted, the tube being substantially closed at one end and the head of the mammal being inserted throug ...

Paul E Hansen, Christopher J Libbey: High elastic modulus bandage. Riker Laboratories, Donald M Sell, Walter N Kirn, Philip M Goldman, January 15, 1991: US04984584 (72 worldwide citation)

A high elastic modulus, cohesive bandage comprising partially extended spaced aligned elastic yarns sealed between two thin nonwoven fibrous webs by means of a polymeric binder is disclosed. The bandage provides joint support without imposing undue constriction. A method of supporting and/or providi ...

Robert J Murphy: Elastomeric gel saddle. Wall and Roehrig, March 9, 1993: US05191752 (53 worldwide citation)

An equestrian saddle is made up of a saddle tree on which webbing is stretched between the cantle and head, and between the left and right frame members to provide a spring-like seat base. A seat cushion formed of a silicone dielectric gel is disposed on the seat base and is covered with a layer of ...

Marlene Newman: Modular, anti-chafing covering system for horses. Caesar Rivise Bernstein Cohen & Pokotilow, December 21, 1993: US05271211 (50 worldwide citation)

A modular covering system for a horse comprising a base member arranged formed of an elastic material so that it can be worn in tight conformity with the torso of the horse. The material of the base member is of low friction so that when the base member is in place it protects the portion of the hor ...

Miroslav Joseph Porner: Protective device. July 11, 1978: US04099269 (43 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to a protective device such as can be used for protecting the limbs of humans, or for example for protecting animals such as for example the fetlocks of horses. The invention provides for a protective device including at least one and preferably a plurality of juxtaposed layers ...

Sylvan B Caditz: All purpose protective canine coat. S Caditz and Associates, Christensen Johnson & Kindness PLLC O Connor, December 7, 1999: US05996537 (42 worldwide citation)

An easily adaptable canine coat (10) for protecting the animal from harmful objects and various weather related factors. The coat includes a chest section (11) that secures to the animal by securing straps (14a-d) which pass over the animal's back and which provide protection for the animal's belly ...

Garrett N Ford: Horse boot with dual tongue entry system. Easycare, Antonia R Durando, February 17, 2009: US07490458 (41 worldwide citation)

A boot for a horse has two tongues which are located opposite one another and allow the boot to be opened exceptionally wide.

De Filipps Fred A: Collapsible saddle rack. The Fifth Third Bank, December 25, 1973: US3780971 (38 worldwide citation)

A portable and collapsible saddle rack apparatus having a frame with a member for attaching and detaching the saddle rack to a fence board, stall door, or the like. The frame has saddle supporting member hinged thereto and a supporting brace member also hinged to the frame and shaped in a manner to ...