The answer is a horse because i done it in one of my quiz questions x
Jodhpurs are tight trousers worn usually by Polo players. The name comes from the younger son of the Maharaja of Jodhpur, who popularised the fashion among Polo players.
They are actually spelled jodhpurs, not jodphurs as commoncly is used. Originally, jodhpurs (as worn in and around the city in India after which they are named) were tight-fitting only from the knee to the ankle and were flared above the knee; modern stretch-fabrics have allowed jodhpurs to be supportive and flexible, which is perfect for riding.
They are jodhpurs, usually worn for riding horses.
Jodhpurs are horse riding breeches,named after a town in Rajahstan India.
hi jodhpurs in German are Reithosen (female i think!) hope this helps!!!
Breeches only go down to the knee, jodhpurs are full legnth.
Normally horse riding but jodhpurs have been used for many other activities.
Jodhpurs are named after the ancient city of Jodhpur in Rajasthan in North India where they originated and where polo was a popular royal pastime.
The girl fell off her horse and got grass stains all over her new white jodhpurs.