|If'n - Contraction of "if and when." Sometimes spelled "iffen" or "ifen." Most common in rural areas of the southern U.S. "I'll go to town tomorrow if'n I get my haying done."|
|Indian Broke - A horse trained to be mounted from either side.|
|Indian Side - The right (or "Off") side of a horse. So called because Indians often mounted on the right side.|
|Inexpressibles - A 19th century euphemism for underwear. Also called "Unmentionables."|
|Interfere - To strike one foot against the opposite foot or ankle in using the legs; usually said of a horse, as, "That horse doesn't run well because he interferes."|
|Iron Horse - A railroad steam engine.|
|Ironman - A cowhand who tends to the branding irons to ensure that they are the proper temperature.|
|Isabella - A horse of almost any color except black with a light mane and tail. A Palomino is a type of Isabella.|
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