saddle gall


noun

vet science a raw area of skin, with loss of hair, on the back or behind the elbow of a horse caused by uneven pressure by the saddle or girth

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Example sentences from the Web for saddle gall

  • If in a saddle-gall, it will make sores very difficult to heal.

    The Mule|Harvey Riley
  • One of the guides had a bottle of liniment for saddle-gall and suggested rubbing it on the saddle.

    Tenting To-night|Mary Roberts Rinehart
  • Dressed Monte's withers with liniment greatly reducing swelling from saddle-gall.

    Cabin Fever|B. M. Bower