Lashes Patents (Class 231/4)
  • Publication number: 20110107979
    Abstract: A dressage whip for guiding a horse may have a curved segment and a tip. The curved segment may connect a first segment to a second segment, and the first segment and the second segment may be substantially co-linear. The curved segment may accommodate a thigh of a rider of a horse and may maintain the tip in a position proximate to the horse. The dressage whip may have a handle which may be a shaft having a substantially oval cross section formed by two opposed substantially flat sides and two opposed substantially curved sides.
    Type: Application
    Filed: November 5, 2010
    Publication date: May 12, 2011
    Inventor: Marcia Rigg
  • Patent number: 7431199
    Abstract: A golf flog apparatus and associated method for relieving stress and/or frustration, as well as enhancing demeanor and/or play, during die play or contemplation of golf. Included is a handle with a plurality of cords coupled thereto. Further included is a plurality of golf balls each coupled to a corresponding one of the cords.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: February 9, 2006
    Date of Patent: October 7, 2008
    Inventors: Victoria I. Pettigrew, Stephen H. Pettigrew
  • Patent number: 6089449
    Abstract: A self-defense whip having an elongated hollow tube within which is telescopically received a flexible lash, preferably formed of flexible control cable. The tube has a constriction proximate one end and the lash has an anchor at one end which is axially movable in the tube but which will not pass through the constriction. The lash has a weighted tip at its other end which pulls the lash into extended whipping position and accelerates the tip into an arc leading the lash. When the lash is formed of flexible control cable, the whip makes an intimidating, whistling noise as it cuts through the air.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: June 19, 1998
    Date of Patent: July 18, 2000
    Inventor: Robert J. Butterworth
  • Patent number: 4154391
    Abstract: A device for use during riding and training of animals such as horses which can be utilized either as a riding crop or longeing whip. The body portion of the device defines a crop having a handle formed at one end and a cracker attached to the opposite end. A plurality of flexible wand elements are nested within the body portion and are telescopically extendable from that end to which the cracker is attached. A line defining a lash is attached to the wand element whose axis coincides with that of the body portion and the cracker is fabricated in the form of a closeable pocket. The device forms a longeing whip with the lash and wand elements fully extended and when retracted the lash is retained in coiled form within the closeable pocket thus converting the device to a riding crop.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: February 27, 1978
    Date of Patent: May 15, 1979
    Inventor: Kenneth E. Girty