A wind whirled the horse's mane over his rider's bridle hand.
After that first morning she always had somebody to ride at her bridle hand.
The ball grazed his bridle hand, and blood followed the slight injury.
One lost his hat and had received a severe scar on the forehead, and the other had one on his bridle hand.
This action ought to be performed without disturbing either the position or action of the bridle hand.
An almost imperceptible easing and feeling of the bridle hand, so as to preserve the natural delicacy of the horse's mouth.
A bullet fired from a thicket had grazed Warner's bridle hand.
Down came the leaded stick on the back of his bridle hand, cutting it open, grazing and bruising the flesh.
Grasping the star-spangled guidon of the battery with his bridle hand, Valois cuts down its bearer.
The former is no less fatiguing to, than the latter is distressed by, the bridle hand.