Definition: A longe line is a long strap of webbing or leather with a snap at one end. Used in training and exercising the horse. The handler stands in the middle as the horse circles around him about 20 feet away and ideally is responding to voice commands.
Pronunciation: l un ge (rhymes with sponge)
Alternate Spellings: lunge
Examples:To allow the young horse to burn off excess energy before being ridden, the trainer lunged it for several minutes.