in the Southwest, a group of extra saddle horses kept as a supply of remounts
Origin of remudaAmerican Spanish ; from Spanish remuda (de caballos), relay (of horses) ; from remudar, to exchange ; from re- (; from L, re-) + mudar, to change ; from Classical Latin mutare: see mutate
A herd of horses from which ranch hands select their mounts.
Origin of remudaAmerican Spanish, change of horses, remuda, from Spanish, exchange, from remudar, to exchange : re-, in return (from Latin; see re–) + mudar, to change (from Latin m&umacron;tare; see mei-1 in Indo-European roots).
From Spanish remuda.