stock saddle


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stock saddle

stock saddle

n
(Agriculture) chiefly US a cowboy's saddle, esp an ornamental one
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Noun1.stock saddle - an ornamented saddle used by cowboysstock saddle - an ornamented saddle used by cowboys; has a high horn to hold the lariat
saddle horn, horn - a high pommel of a Western saddle (usually metal covered with leather)
saddle - a seat for the rider of a horse or camel
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Months of preparation and training, and this was it, riding long stirrup in an Australian stock saddle, walking along the sand paths as the guide pointed out the different types of antelopes, and what to look out for to identify them, before quick dashing canters avoiding holes dug by feeding aardvarks.
At Ashcroft (British Columbia), Whelen bought "a saddle horse for $25, two pack horses for $15 each, a stock saddle for $25, two sawbuck saddles for $5, and $25 worth of grub.
In a stock saddle with rider mounted, there should be about 2 inches of clearance between the withers and the gullet (underneath front) of the saddle.
A stock saddle should lie directly over the upper end of the horse's shoulder blades.
Length of a stock saddle should also be considered.
For the journey I've ridden the horse in an Australian stock saddle and a pelham bit with curb chain.