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tack room

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Definition of tack room in English:

noun

A room in a stable building where saddles, bridles, and other equipment are kept.
Example sentences
  • Underneath the loft are two purpose built stables, a tack room, storage rooms and a car port for two cars.
  • She grabbed a plain saddle and bridle in the tack room and took them to her horse, Night Devotion's stall, or Nivo as she'd nicknamed him.
  • Making sure the horse was properly tied; she ambled over to the tack room and placed the bridle on its named hook.

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