hitching post

noun
a post to which horses, mules, etc., are tied.

Origin:
1835–45

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hitching post
 
n
a post or rail to which the reins of a horse, etc, are tied

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Example sentences
Each campsite has a picnic table, fire ring and hitching post, and has bathroom
  facilities nearby.
There is a hitching post right outside for local cowboys to literally ride
  their horses up to the entrance.
Hitching post, lantern post, and fire ring at each site.
Animals must be hobbled or tied to a hitching post when unattended.
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