carved chair seat featuring a shallow depressed center with a slightly raised central ridge. Most commonly found on the Windsor chair.
carved chair seat featuring a shallow depressed center with a slightly raised central ridge. Most comonly found on theWindsor chair.
a discipline of riding which is typically used for breeds that show with high knee and hock action and a very flashy, animated way of going
A wooden chair seat which has been hollowed to the sides and back to resemble the pommel of a saddle.
Saddle seat is a form of "English"-style horseback riding that is found in the United States, and to a lesser extent in Canada, Europe, Africa and Australia. The goal is to show off the horse's extravagant gaits, and the discipline is especially flashy and showy. All saddle seat riding is done on the flat (jumping is not involved).