1. [18C–1930s] (20C use Aus./N.Z. only) a horse.
2. attrib. use of sense 1.
[late 18C] (UK Und.) one who steals a horse, but (sometimes) returns him.
[mid-19C] (UK Und.) a horse dealer.
[early 19C] a bridle.
[18C–mid-19C] the stealing of bags from horses.
[18C] one who steals baggage from horses, taking advantage of the darkness to cut the bindings.
[late 18C] a horse-thief.
see prigger of prancers under prigger n.1
[mid-19C] a horse-rider.