Used Draft Harness

Second hand towing gear

This style is also used for design horse demonstrations and agricultural work. Definition of class for class 54 BEAST In addition to ordinary harness for fixing livestock to motor vehicles, this category also covers harness assemblies or attachments associated with harness which are used to break or train livestock and to prevent them from being kicked; as well as equestrian footwear, equestrian pads, horses' saddles, horses' shoes, ox-tips, fly-nets and such hoods and protective structures or screens to protect livestock from the elements such as direct sunlight, rains, etc.

as suitable for attachment to the pet or harness; also ceiling attachments if not useful in other relationships; also all attachments for pads, collars and hams, halters, hams and tracks, track and whip clutches as well as track supports which generally refer to farm livestock. Note in general: Wherever the subscriptions are associated with the terms, they are intended only to reflect the fundamental concepts included in the meaning of this sub-class and should not be interpreted as a limitation of the extent of the subject-matter of this sub-class.

Lanyards related exclusively to belt locks, hook, clips, staples, fasteners, couplings or general attachments are Class 24, fasteners, buttons, fasteners, etc. Restraint hook and other attachments specially designed to attach the restraint bands to the grooves are Class 278, Land Vehicles: Pet trucks, subclass 127+.

supported by harness parts. 119, livestock husbandry, 712+ sub-classes for a control, restraint or manipulation system for an individual pet, 850+ sub-classes for bodyworn clothing and 856+ sub-classes for a physical or trailer locking system.

280,Land vehicles, x 290 division for harness for the passenger of a bicycle. MARCELLANEOUS: This child category is indentated under the category name. Any harness structure and parts which cannot be classified in any of the other sub-classes. Indent this child class under the name of the classes. A harness specially designed for use on the racetrack.

As a rule, the necklace and ham of the chest collars are omitted and the loops are fastened to the back strap or belt seatbelts. 3YOKES: This child is indented in the form of a group. Dual belt in which one or more transverse beams run from one to the other and the traction link between the beams is established, as is the link to an axle yokes, leaving out the usual tracks.

4BACKBANDS: This child subclass is indentated under the classification name. look or search this Class, subclass: 5BREECHING: this child has indented itself under the name of the Klasse. A harness in which the innovation is in the buckle strap or its related arrangement. Refer to the classification definitions provided for restraint hook and other attachment equipment specifically designed to attach restraint tapes to grooves and hook and buckle fasteners of a general use.

1BRIDLE: This childclass is indented in the name of the classification. An object that compresses a headstand, a little, and a reins used to lead or bind a working creature, such as a horses or mules. The reins consist of a long, thin piece of cowhide material fastened to each end of the teeth and usually supported by a passenger or operator to inspect or lead the workhorse.

sieee or search this grade, subclass: 7+, for bit. seasure or search class: 119, livestock keeping, suitable sub-classes for various subjects intended to restrict or restrict the free movement of livestock. It is a division of 6.1 and is subdivided into indents. An article comprising an accessory steering apparatus comprising a strap, limb or cable made of a fabric shaped to fit the dimensions of the tip of a draught beast and normally carried by a headpiece and a chin strap.

Whilst the draught dog is exercising, the holster cable is used to bind the dog back without the dog constantly being pulled against its teeth and damaging its lips. sieee or search this grade, subclass: 15, for slayer. seasure or search class: 119, tiering, division 66 for supportpacks.

These subclasses are indentations of 6.1. These subclasses are indentations under 7. These subclasses are indentations under 8. These subclasses are indentations of 6.1. SEASURE OR SEARCH seasure or search class: 119,animal husbandry, x 837 division for a restriction on the use of one ocular sight. These subclasses are indentations under 10.

Typically used when the pet gets scared. look or search this grade, subclass: 13crown grinding: These subclasses are indentations of 6.1. These subclasses are indentations of 6.1. These subclasses are indentations of 6.1. Means to be controlled by the rider, either through the lanes, a seperate conduit or other means, likely to disrupt the respiration of the animals, either by suffocation or by squeezing or masking the nasal holes, usually to stop runaways or malignant oridae.

look or search this Class, subclass: 16chECKREINS: this child has been indented under the classes name. These subclasses are indentations under 16. Fastening straps or fixtures for joining and fastening the test cable to the test circuit, some purely expanding rods are contained here. These subclasses are indentated under the classes definitions. Article comprising a ring or a roller of genuine or similar materials with a fixed framework comprising a fastening means for the throat of a draught beast against which the beast is tensioned when drawing a burden.

  • see or search this grade, subclass: 21 and 26+, for fastener characteristics. These subclasses are defined under 18.1. Article, comprising a pad made of or filled with flexible materials to prevent a draught animal from rubbing or jolting. look or search this grade, subclass: 65+, for back and backpad.

These subclasses are defined under 18.2. Article, comprising a means of cutting the neck to accommodate different sized collars and which can also be disassembled for examination or repairs. View or search this category, subcategory: 19. 3, for variable collars. 1COLLAR: This childclass is indented in the name of the classification.

An object comprising a ring or roller of cowhide or similar materials for the throat of a draught creature, which is also part of the harness against which the creature exerts itself when it pulls a burden. look or search this grade, subclass: 18. 1+, for combination necklace and ham.

It is a division of 19.1 and is subdivided into indents. An article in which the collars can be inflated by a pillow composed of an item normally made of gum and inflated with compressed atmosphere.

View or search this category, subcategory: 18. 2, for cushioned collars and hams. These subclasses are defined under 19.1. Object incorporating selective openings, teeths or slits which allow the collars to be adapted to different sized neck sizes and which can also be disassembled for examination and repairs. sight or search this grade, subclass: 18. 3, for a divisible neck.

These subclasses are defined under 19.1. This is the part of the neck known as the "chest strap". These subclasses are defined under 19.1. To see or to search this grade, subclass: 22 welders: These subclasses are indentated under the classes definitions. Inventories related to the harness welding process. 23GIRTHS: This child has been indented under the name of the group.

An invention where the innovation is in the seatbelt or harness or harness. 24HALTERS: This child category is indentated under the category name. siee or search this grade, subgrade: siee or search grade: 24,buckles,buttons,clasps,etc. Clips or couplers for cable suspensions. 25HAMES: This child subclass is indentated under the classification name.

look or search this grade, subclass: 26fasteners: These subclasses are indentations under 25. Means for fixing the hams in place on the necklace and on the beast. look or search this grade, subclass: 27 levers: These subclasses are engaged under 26. Fixing means having a leverage effect when actuated.

28Strap: This lower grade is engaged under lower grade 26. Fixtures comprising a belt attachment, usually with a specifically adjusted clasp. 29Top: This division is subdivided into division 26. Means for fixing the top or top end of hams. These subclasses are indentated under the classes definitions. Means or clutches for joining hams and tractors or tracks.

SIGHT OR SEARCH CLASS: 24, Buckles, Buttons, Clasps, etc. These subclasses are indentated under 30. These subclasses are indentated under the classes definitions. This part of the wiring harness sometimes looked at the front part of the track, but that links the track itself to the ham. These subclasses are indentated under the classes definitions.

Miscellaneous attachments for attaching livestock, belts or cables to bridles or collars or around the animal's nape or throat, attachments for latching poles or similar fixed articles, and attachments for transforming the trunnion into an attachment tape. SECTION OR SEARCH section or search class: 119, livestock farming, subclass 769+ for fixed equipment not suitable for transport by livestock; also for equipment used for fixing livestock for herding.

35MARTINGALES: This childclass is indented under the classification name. Means which can be fixed both to the animal's scalp and to the circumference to hold the animal's scalp correctly. 36REINS: This child category is indentated under the category name. 1PACK SADDLE: This childclass is indented under the classification name.

An object which consists of a high framework or a large, mat-covered cushion intended to hold a non-human cargo (e.g. gear, various objects) on the back of the pregnant beast. SEASURE OR SEARCH CLASS: 297, chairs and seats, lower classes 195. 1HARNESS SADDLE: This child class is indentated under the classification name.

Article made up of a fixture having a nut boom, a beam slab and a snap hook fitted as a holder for equipment or utensils and centred on the back of a draught dog. Look or search for this category, subcategory: 23, for the scope. 1Car: This division is subdivided into subdivisions 38.1. Object specially designed to attach a two-wheeled or four-wheeled motor car to a bicycle or other towing means of transport - the motor car used to carry a load.

you see or search this category, subcategory: 2,for racing harness; patent for two-wheeled cars used in racing (e.g. sulky) are classed in this subcategory 2. SEASURE OR SEARCH seasure or search class: 280, ground vehicle, 63+ subsets for two-wheeled ground vehicle. It is a division of 38.1 and is subdivided into the following divisions. An article comprising a multiplicity of plain, planar, relatively thin, stiff and uniformly thick solids, or "jockey" panels, which are either turned or swivelled with respect to each other or with a centre spacer, to adjust the nut to different draught beasts.

These subclasses are defined under 38.1. Article, comprising a cushion made of or filled with flexible materials to prevent a draught or rubbing of a human body, such as a horses or other draught animals. look or search this grade, subclass: 65+, for back and back cushions. These subclasses are defined under 38.1. An article comprising a slit, a tab and projections and rubbing retention means arranged to attach a hooks to the control clean and a treeplate to the nutboom.

These subclasses are defined under 38.1. Article, comprising guide means, made of a metal sheet or a strap for fixing the drawstrings. Wild animals are the most common animals in the world. A trill is made up of one of two long waves between which an animals is attached when towing a car or a coach. look or search this Class, subclass: 44. 1RIDING SADDLE: This subsidiary form is inserted under the form name.

An article comprising a chair of cowhide or similar materials attached to the back of a draught animal and formed to conform to the internal contour of the bottom of a horsewoman. SEASURE OR SEARCH CLASS: 297, chairs and seats, lower classes 195. It is a division of 44.1 and is subdivided into indents.

An article, comprising an assist or alternate chair, used in connection with the basic equestrian semi-trailer and formed to conform to the internal contour of a child's rear and enable the child tor be ridden on a basic semi-trailer. Small miniature or similar toys designed to be attached to the back or shoulders of an adult in order to bear a baby or to imitate a baby on horseback are also part of this group.

safe or search this grade, subclass: 44. 1, for children's seats that are worn separately like normal seats. These subclasses are defined under 44.1. An article comprising a multiplicity of selective applications, tooth, slit or similar means for modifying the configurations of the seat or disassembling it for examination or repaint.

These subclasses are defined under 44.1. An article comprising an elastomeric flexible means for forming a padded driver's seat. Means for providing a padded driver's position. These subclasses are defined under 44.1. An article comprising a thin cushion-like composition of supple fabric used as a filler to prevent a cow or draught horse from rubbing or vibration and to give the horseman a padded post.

look or search this grade, subclass: 65+, for back and back cushions. SIGHT OR SEARCH THE CLASS: 5,beds, x 652+ sub-classes for a pillow. It is a division of 44.5 and is recessed. An article wherein the cushioning comprises an member preferentially made of gum or a similar substance capable of being inflated with compressed gas.

These subclasses are defined under 44.1. An article wherein meaning is attached to the materials from which the seat or part thereof is made. In order to be considered in this sub-class, however, a requirement must involve a recycling of the novel materials, e.g. specifically processed leathers, plastics or Teflon.

These subclasses are defined under 44.1. An object specially designed for a woman on horseback, where the woman normally holds both feet on one side of the stallion or another draught beast. These subclasses are defined under 44.1. An article comprising a shallow strap, ring or long slim strap provided with an adjustably fastenable buckle suspended from both sides of a horses or other draught caliper to assist the rider's feet when assembling and training or as a strap for the horses.

eye or search this grade, subclass: 46. 2With guy rod: These subclasses are defined under 44.1. An article comprising a generally horizontally fixed stiff length of hard metal providing fixing points for various types of trees on a single treed part. These subclasses are indentated under the classes definitions.

48Elastic: This division is engaged in subdivision 47. LOOK OR SEARCH THE CLASSS: 267,Spring devices, < 69+ sub-classes. You have indentered this subsection in subsection 47. You have indentered this subsection in subsection 47. sight or search this grade, subclass: 83, for spores carried by the driver. Indent this child class under the name of the classes.

A tractor, flap or strap which is fixed to the harness and through which the leg or strap is guided to be braced. look or search this grade, subclass: 51open: These subclasses are indentated under 50. These subclasses are indentated under the classes definitions. look or search this grade, subclass: 30, for the connection means between the name and the tracer or bug.

SIGHT OR SEARCH CLASS: 24,Buckles, Buttons, Clasps, etc. You have indentered this subsection in subsection 52. Fixtures with the customary cockeyes to attach the tracks to the whip stroke. 278, land vehicles: Livestock towing equipment, 111+ subsets for such cutting and sampling hook and track hitch equipment not requiring modification of the track section.

These subclasses are indentated under the classes definitions. Equipment capable of guiding, holding or supporting the track at a point between the ham and the individual harness, normally opposite the back strap or harness nut. sight or search this grade, subclass: 55hook: These subclasses are engaged under 54. look or search this Class, subclass: 56TRACE end SUPPORTERS: this subsidiary category is inserted under the classification name.

Hook, staple or other means to which the free ends of the tracks are fixed after they have been uncoupled from the chicken tree. look or search this class, subclass: 57UNDERCHECKS: this child is indented in the classesfinition. Means placed under the pet's scalp to keep it up and in the correct posture. Normally the fixture is a fixed rod and serves to press the pet's skull up.

These subclasses are indentated under the classes definitions. These subclasses are indentations under 58. Different paraglider rails, screens or other means of protection of the belt against wearing of the collar yokes; also other means of connection between the belt and the collar yokes. TO 61CHECKHOOKS: This childclass is indented under the classes name. Hook normally fixed to the harness saddle or backstrap to hold the check-in.

seen or search this grade, subclass: 42, for the means of fastening the hooks to the seat, 70, 62 mobile holder: These subclasses are indentations under 61. TO SEE OR SEARCH THIS CATEGORY, SUBCATEGORY: 63TERRETS: These subclasses are indentated under the classes definitions. Lanyards or bands normally fixed to the back strap, harness seat, neck strap or ham to hold the leash.

sight or search this grade, subclass: 25, for means of fixing the terrain to its holder. 38, 64hitching street holders: This child category is indentated under the category name. Means, usually staples, buckles or staples, mounted on a suitable part of the wiring harness to hold the free end of the hanger when not in use.

These subclasses are engaged under 65. Padding specially developed to be placed on the back of the animal as a harness and horse mat. sight or search this grade, subclass: 41, and 44, for those cushions which are fitted so that they can be fixed to the harness or equestrian seat and become part of the harness or equestrian seat. These subclasses are engaged under 65.

View or search this category, subcategory: 19, 65, for necklaces. These subclasses are engaged under 65. Upholstery attachment device for the harness part. 69 FIXING AND SOLUTION FIXTURES: These subclasses are indentated under the classes definitions. Specific wiring harness assemblies and specific car mountings designed to interact with these to quickly connect and disconnect the pet and car.

As a rule, the operator can control the disconnectors without having to leave the car. As a rule, the compound to the Thillen is made opposite the back strap or Thill loop without using a single tree. 278, land vehicles: Livestock towing equipment, Division 21, for such tethering and tensioning equipment which does not include any wiring harness modifications other than the standard track-eye joint normally located between the tractors or tracks and the end of the single tree.

70 EQUIPMENT AND EQUIPMENT CHECK-IN AND CHECK-OUT: These subclasses are indentated under the classes definitions. Means for this end designed so that they can be controlled by the operator while in the tractor. look or search this grade, subclass: 56, for checkhook structure, 61 and 62. 71 BRAKING AND EXERCISING EQUIPMENT: These subclasses are indentated under the classes definitions.

Different harness configurations to control malicious or recalcitrant pets or to train pets in trotting, speed, etc. Shoulder strap, equipment for tossing pets to prevent them from walking away, increase the activity of legs or knees, etc. SIE OR SEARCH CLASS: 119,Animal husbandry, subclass 712+ for an inspection or manipulation equipment for an animal and subclass 856+ for a body or trailer containment area.

These subclasses are indentations under 71. Means for towing or inducing the pet to keep its feet apart when travelling to avoid disturbance. safe or search this grade, subclass: 82, for those appliances that are in the natural habit of so-called "horseboats". 73REIN GUARDS: This child category is indentated under the category name.

Miscellaneous appliances, with the exception of turrets, worn by the harness to guide or protect the bridles so that they do not stick to the harness or under the animal's tail. 3. look or search this grade, subclass: 78, for means of keeping the animal's tail in order to avoid changing it around or over the rein.

74REIN HOLDS: This child child must be endented under the name of the child group. Different straps, knobs, clamps etc. that allow the rider to grasp or draw the rein tighter or better. Different types of wire harness trim like clasps, ring, check hook, terret, etc. 76Ornamental: The various decorative tableware tops, such as roses, feathers, etc., are available.

supported by harness parts. 78TAIL HOLDERS: This child category is indentated under the category name. Means for keeping the animal's tail for various uses, e.g. to keep it out of the sludge, to avoid it being pushed around or over the rein, to make it sag in a correct turn or to remove unwanted bends or forms.

SIEW OR SEARCH CLASS: 119,Animal husbandry, x 165 and lower divisions engaged for means of retaining the tails of cows during milking. Indent this childclass under the class name. An object made of a cloth or garment which is used solely as a cover to keep the horse's or other animal's torso from getting colder or ill, or which can be used as a cover to embellish the beast.

TO SEE OR SEARCH THIS CATEGORY, SUBCATEGORY: 80. 1+, for hood or sign, for a means of protecting a part of the pet (e.g. neck, nostrils, eye or mouth). SUCH CLASS: 2, clothing, appropriate subsets for bodily coverage. 119,livestock farming, subclass 850+ for shielding livestock.

These subclasses are indentated under 79.1. An article comprising a limb, pole, elastic loops or belt with a clasp which holds the cover or article of clothing firmly against the draught animals. These subclasses are indentated under 79.1. Article, comprising a thin shock-absorbing cushion-like composition of flexible fabric used as a filler to prevent the animals from rubbing or jolting.

seen or search this grade, subclass: 44. 5, for a padded horsewalk. SIGHT OR SEARCH THE CLASS: 5,beds, x 652+ sub-classes for a pillow. It is a division of 79.1 and is subdivided into indents. Object in which importance is attached to the materials from which the cover or article of clothing is made. 1BONNET OR SHIELD: This childclass is indented under the form name.

An object comprising a shadow, baffle or protection comprising an object made of sailcloth, synthetically elastic film fabric (e.g. nylon) or other elastic fabric (e.g. hay fabric) which can be secured to the pet to provide protection from direct sunlight, winds, rains, dust and/or beasts.

119,livestock farming, x 850+ sub-classes for shielding livestock. You have indent this subsection under subsection 80.1. An article having a resilient masking section specially suited to the protection of the eye of a handler or other draught animal. An article comprising a masking section which is particularly suited to the protection of the eye of a handler or other draught handler.

sie or search this grade, subclass: sie or search grade: 2,clothing, x 410+ classes, for protective equipment and protection for the wearer's skull. 119,Animal husbandry, x 712+ sub-classes for restraint systems, in particular 836 sub-classes for blinkers. You have indent this subsection under subsection 80.1. An article comprising a generally cylindric shape having a cup-shaped lower end made of a sufficiently flexible fabric specially formulated to protect the nasal holes of a horses or other draught animals.

SIGHT OR SEARCH THE CLASS: 2,clothing, 410+ sub-classes for guard and protector for the wearer's skull. 119bn livestock, 821+ sub-classes for cuffs and 850+ sub-classes for shield. You have indent this subsection under subsection 80.1. An article comprising a web of filaments, strings or cables interwoven or interknitted at periodical distances, such as a net or sieve to protect an insect.

look or search this grade, subclass: 75, for masked trim, and 79. SIGHT OR SEARCH THE CLASSES: 2,Clothing, 455+ sub-classes for protective devices and pads. 43,Fishing, trapping and pest control, Subcategory 8 for net handlers. 119,livestock farming, x 827 and 832 sub-classes for a net or sieve type basket and 850+ sub-classes for shield.

You have indent ed this subsection under subsection 80.4. An object comprising a fabric, cowhide or synthetic material element formed to conform over and hide an animal's face and face and to provide protection from flying or flying objects. SIGHT OR SEARCH CLASS: 2, clothing, x Division 4 for an mosquito repellent or protection, and Division 9 and 24 for a face shield or protection.

Indent this childclass under the class name. Different types of equipment, generally referred to as "horse boots", suitable for attachment to the animal's legs or hooves in order to provide shelter, avoid disturbances, keep medication, etc. HEAD OR SEARCH CLASS: 168, farrier, x 26 Division and recessed divisions for those attachments that in any way reach under or go under the foot to pad, guard or retain medicals.

1SPUR: This childclass is indented under the classification name. An object comprising a sharpening means carried on the rider's tail to propel a horse or other draught animals forward. Look or search for this category, subcategory: 49. 5, for stapes with spores. SIE OR SEARCH CLASS: 36, boots, shoes and leggings, x 74, for threaded soles or heels. SEE OR SEARCH CLASS: 36, boots, shoes and leggings, x 74, for threaded soles or heels. 3.

These subclasses are registered under 83.1. Article comprising a hinged part or a tongue by means of which the tail can be adjusted so that, if required, it can be kept in a projection or in an operating post. These subclasses are indentated under the classes definitions. Equipment for hanging or resting harnesses, usually so that they can be quickly dropped onto the animal, such as fire trucks, policemen guards, ambulances, etc.

These subclasses are indentations under 24. siee or search this grade, subgrade: siee or search grade: 24,buckles,buttons,clasps,etc. 87LOOPS: This child subclass is indentated under the classification name. Those loop and ring suitable for use on different parts of the harness where two or more belts are to be attached or attached together.

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