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A strapper is a junior position looking after race horses. The duties range from cleaning out the stables, to strapping on the saddles, hence the name.[1] Relevant vocational qualifications include Horse Care and Saddlery.[2]


  1. Peter Huntington, Jane Myers, Elizabeth Owens (2004), Horse Sense: The Guide to Horse Care in Australia and New Zealand‎, p. 309 
  2. Kogan Page, British Qualifications, pp. 655–657, http://books.google.com/books?id=-CA2-PM2OKYC 


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