Saddles and bridles
Austrailian stock saddle Wester saddle English saddle Bareback pad (no stirrups)
English riding style saddles
1. Dressage saddle 2. All purpose saddle: most riding schools do have this saddle for all sports.
3. (Right) Jumping saddle (wide knee pads to support the knee while getting out of the saddle when thge horse jumps)
Wester saddle Icelandic saddle Australia stock saddle is avaiable with horn and without
The Icelandic saddle is to distribute the weight slightly backwards from the rider, so that the gaits can be better made.
Traditional Mongolian saddle and an Arabic saddle
Varieties in baroque saddles
Looks like Tell's Saddle, is nicer on a white horse than the black saddle (left) These ones they've used in Crossbow (Blackknights).
Graceful medieval ornate (Baroque) bridles
1. (left) an example of a sidesaddle. 2. Impressive performance of Mrs. Esther Stace, from Yarrowitch, riding sidesaddle and clearing a record 6'6" at the Sydney Royal
Show 1915 source Walcha Historical society. 3. Greta Swedisch American actress born in 1905.
Almost all kind of saddles in one picture except the Spanish, Portuguese saddles.