Trailer Trasher- A horse who trashes the walls, floor, and possibly even ceiling of the trailer with muck and urine.
Egging/Egged- When you are riding and your horse warps your circle an a certain direction, usually towards the barn, gate, or other horses. Use: Your horse is egging your circle every time you pass the gate.
Green- A inexperienced horse or rider.
Green Squared- A inexperienced horse and rider working together.
Stall Trasher- Same as Trailer Trailer but in a stall.
Barn Sour- Any horse who throws a fit about being ridden out away from the barn.
Buddy Sour- Any horse who throws a fit when separated from their horsey friends.
Fear Rider- Any person overcoming their fear of riding.
Turkey- A term of endearment. To be substituted for a name when you are super pissed at your horse. Especially useful when children and people you should not curse around are present.
Pumpkin- A term of endearment. To be substituted for a horse's name when you do not know their name, or you are a pleased with their progress or behavior.
Expressive- A nice way to say your horse is a bitch.
Opinionated- Another nice way to your horse is a pain in the back side.
Discussion- What happens when a horse acts out in a such a negative/dangerous way that requires correction. As in, "Today Red and I had a discussion about rearing."
Riding- The art of keeping a horse between you and the ground. (not mine but still funny)
Dressage-The art of riding.
Communication- What happens when a rider listens to their horse.
Team- The bond that results from hours and hours of communication.
Can't- The frame of mind that prevents horses or riders from achieving success.
Training- What happens from the moment you step foot in the barn until moment you leave.
All of a sudden- What happens when you are not paying attention.
Cassandra Was Right
"Special" - a truly and genuinely stupid horse. As in, "We need to give Ringo a little more time to figure out how to get through an open gate. Remember, he's special.""Lateral quantum displacement" - when a startled horse shifts position at least ten feet sideways in less than a nanosecond, leaving the rider suspended in midair.
"Bombproof" - an adjective used to describe a horse that cannot be startled or surprised by anything - until the day that a lost party balloon a quarter mile away causes it to perform a 400-foot-record lateral quantum displacement.
Please feel free to add new ones by commenting and I will add them to the list.