martingale

[n] - a harness strap that connects the nose piece to the girth
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Martingale

the loop of tape or leather attached to the grip and held to prevent a non-electric foil from flying out of the hand in the event of being disarmed
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Martingale

the loop of tape or leather attached to the grip and held to prevent a non-electric foil from flying out of the hand in the event of being disarmed
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martingale

noun a harness strap that connects the nose piece to the girth; prevents the horse from throwing back its head
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martingale

Same as martingale difference sequence. Contexts: statistics; econometrics
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Martingale

• (n.) Alt. of Martingal
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martingale

(from the article `horsemanship`) Martingales are of three types: running, standing, or Irish. The running and standing martingales are attached to the saddle straps at one end and ...
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martingale

(from the article `probability theory`) As a final example, it seems appropriate to mention one of the dominant ideas of modern probability theory, which at the same time springs directly ...
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martingale

(probability theory) a stochastic process in which the conditional expectation of the next value, given the current and preceding values, is the current value....
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Martingale

A strap or set of straps, attached at one end to the noseband (standing martingale) or the reins (riding martingale) of a horse and at the other end to the girth. It is used to prevent the horse from raising it's head too high.
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Martingale

A leather strap that goes from the girth to the bridle underneath the chin which prevents a horse from throwing his head up.
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Martingale

(1) Piece of training equipment designed to fix a horse's head position Common types include running, standing, and German (2) Strap from cavesson to girth to keep horse from throwing its head up, or from hames to girth to help back load
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Martingale

[tack] A martingale is any of several designs of tack that are used on horses to control head carriage. Martingales may be seen in a wide variety of equestrian disciplines, both riding and driving. Rules for their use vary widely; in some disciplines they are never used, others allow them for schooling but not in judged performance, and som...
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Martingale

[collar] A martingale is a type of dog collar that provides more control over the animal without the choking effect of a slip collar. Martingale dog collars are also known as greyhound, whippet or humane choke collars. The martingale dog collar was designed for sighthounds because their necks are larger than their heads and they can often s...
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Martingale

[probability theory] In probability theory, a martingale is a model of a fair game where knowledge of past events never helps predict the mean of the future winnings. In particular, a martingale is a sequence of random variables (i.e., a stochastic process) for which, at a particular time in the realized sequence, the expectation of the nex...
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Martingale

[betting system] A martingale is any of a class of betting strategies that originated from and were popular in 18th century France. The simplest of these strategies was designed for a game in which the gambler wins his stake if a coin comes up heads and loses it if the coin comes up tails. The strategy had the gambler double his bet after e...
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martingale

lower stay of rope used to sustain strain of the forestays
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martingale

a piece of equipment designed to effect a horse
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Martingale

A leather device used to control the position of a horse's head.
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martingale

lower stay of rope used to sustain strain of the forestays
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martingale

strap between horse's forelegs to keep its head down
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