Saddles


Saddles Prices
Saddles Online
Saddle Help
Saddles for horses
MERRY CHRISTMAS!
Saddle Train

 
 

Big Horn Saddle
     
       

 

The Best Darn Prices on the Pla - NET!!!!

Websters definition of saddle:

Pronunciation: 'sa-d & l
Function: noun
Usage: often attributive
Etymology: Middle English sadel, from Old English sadol; akin to Old High German satul saddle
1 a (1) : a girthed usually padded and leather-covered seat for the rider of an animal (as a horse) (2) : a part of a driving harness comparable to a saddle that is used to keep the breeching in place b : a seat to be straddled by the rider of a vehicle (as a bicycle)
2 : a device mounted as a support and often shaped to fit the object held
3 a : a ridge connecting two higher elevations b : a pass in a mountain range
4 a : both sides of the unsplit back of a carcass including both loins b : a colored marking on the back of an animal c : the rear part of a male fowl's back extending to the tail -- see illustration
5 : the central part of the backbone of the binding of a book
6 : a piece of leather across the instep of a shoe
- sad·dle·less / -d & l-(l)&s / adjective
- in the saddle : in control