saddlery

[ UK /sˈædə‍lɹi/ ]
NOUN
  1. gear for a horse
  2. workshop where a saddler works
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How To Use saddlery In A Sentence

  • There's no expensive saddlery, no fancy riding gear for the owner, and llamas do not require shoeing.
  • Fashion giant Ralph Lauren has backed down over its threat to grab domain po-lo.com from a village saddlery.
  • They used offcuts of kip leather used in bush saddlery.
  • A picture framing shop, a newsagents, a saddlery and a needlework store have all shut recently.
  • There was a saddlery and a well-stocked store, operated by W.D. Stephenson and his wife.
  • And the headline on the front page of the ‘free sheets’ indicated that a ban on fox hunting with dogs and horses would have a detrimental effect on the local saddlery industry.
  • Francis Fels, who had operated a store and saddlery at Melrose and Hammond for some time, was declared insolvent in 1893.
  • Although they did do a good job on the brown canvas stable jackets and ‘fore and aft’ caps, the tack and saddlery are wrong.
  • Six months after the ban came into force, livery yards, farriers, blacksmiths and those who make saddlery and hunting clothes are starting to suffer from the dwindling numbers of hunters.
  • Millbrae is the only saddlery in the Central Belt, and Donald McLelann, Anne's fiancé, is one of three master saddlers in the country.
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