saddling


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saddling

[′sad·liŋ]
(metallurgy)
Forming a seamless ring by forging a pierced disk over a mandrel (or saddle). Also known as mandrel forging.
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In addition to being painful to the horse, it frequently results in bad habits such as bucking and head slinging, and it may cause the horse to resist saddling. Ill-fitting saddles are sometimes a result of the rider's inconsideration, but more often they result from a lack of knowledge and attention to the welfare of the horse.
I put the saddle down on the floor of the saddling box and must have left the weight cloth in the corner.
The new facilities at Kilbeggan include administrative offices, saddling stalls, weigh room, parade ring and Fibresand crossovers on the racecourse.