You can't use an English saddle-tree, of course, and I hate it anyway, and one like yours is too big.
“Nope,” replied the other, settling himself on a saddle-tree.
The saddle-tree forked low down over the pony's back so that the saddle sat firmly and could not readily be pulled off.
It was my good fortune to be watchman in the saddle-tree shop.
He scarcely sat in the saddle-tree—from hat to spurs you might have drawn a perpendicular line.
She noticed for the first time that he had uncased his rifle and was holding it across the saddle-tree.
This is also the form of the saddle-tree used by the Russian and Austrian cavalry.
Here he revealed his shield, then unbuckled his belt, containing a pair of pistols, and hung them over the saddle-tree.
Splinters of wood flew about my face; they were fragments of the saddle-tree.
Staples are small metal loops which are fixed to the front part of the saddle-tree.