Western saddle

noun
  1. a heavy saddle having a deep seat, high cantle and pommel, pommel horn, wide leather flaps for protecting the rider's legs, and little padding.

Origin of Western saddle

An Americanism dating back to 1910–15
Also called stock saddle.
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