Western saddle


noun

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.

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Also called stock saddle.

Origin of Western saddle

An Americanism dating back to 1910–15
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