Eagle - 1. A former United States gold coin, first produced in 1795, worth 10 dollars.
2. A large, keen-sighted bird of prey noted for its broad wings and soaring flight; the bald eagle is the national symbol of the United States of America.
|Earmark - Distinctive cut in a cow's ear to show ownership.|
|Easy Keeper - An animal that can thrive on relatively little food and that requires little or no special care.|
|Egg and Spoon Competition - A competition in which riders attempt to carry an egg on a spoon while riding a horse at various gaits. Dropping the egg results in elimination from the contest.|
|End - The surplus loose portion of a lasso that extends beyond the roper's hand.|
|End swapper - A bronc that reverses its position in the middle of a high buck.|
|EPM - Abbreviation for Equine Protazoal Myeloencephalitis, also known as "possum disease;" a neurological disease that is sometimes confused with West Nile disease, rabies, or equine encephalitis.|
|Equalizer - A revolving pistol, especially the Colt Single Action Army revolving pistol. A common frontier saying after the Civil War was, "Abe Lincoln freed all men; Sam Colt made them equal."|
|Equinia - See "Glanders."|
|Ermine Marks - Dark hairs that appear in white areas just above a horse's hoof.|
|Escarpment - A roughly vertical cliff marking the edge of a plateau or ridge, often miles long.|
|Espuela - (Es-PWAY-la) A Spanish noun meaning "Spur."|
|Exhibition Ride - An individual, non-competition ride, sometimes as a practice run, sometimes to please the crowd, and sometimes as entertainment paid for by the rodeo producer or some other sponsor.|
|Express Wagon - A light delivery wagon.|
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