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numnah

a thick felt pad cut to the shape of a saddle and worn under it as protection for the horse's back. Fitted with straps which fasten it to the saddle and prevent it moving.
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Each assortment will come with a Saddlette[TM], saddle blanket, crown, skirt and decorative hair accessories.
Draped over the rider's lap is a floral beaded saddle blanket.
Members of the Circle of Honour presented the graduates with eagle feathers blessed on site, and faculty members presented grads with colourful Pendleton saddle blankets.
Joe and his wife, Leah, have an extensive collection that includes windmill weights, rifles, spurs, vintage utensils and Navajo saddle blankets.
Jeweled bridles and daggers, ancient embroidered saddle blankets, pottery, glassware and ancient texts paint a complete picture of cultural influence.
I've found sleeping bags, blankets, pillows (good for puppies), camp stoves, lanterns, fishing poles, cases of food, beer, pop, groceries, tires off of boats, spare tires, semi-truck tires with rims, hub caps (they make great dog dishes), nuts, bolts, springs and parts off of trailers (some off our vehicles), fan belts, tools, a level (not broken), trailer hitch receivers, trailer balls, boat anchors, ropes, saddle blankets, dog dishes, a Levi jacket, windbreakers, caps, shoes, hats, hard hats, sunglasses, DPS hat (Smokey the bear) and one real nice leather jacket (after the bike run), wallets (nothing in them), children's toys, and stuffed animals (washed and given to thrift stores).
The man lay against a pummel padded with saddle blankets matted with stiff horsehair.
Photographs from the early 20th century to the present day complement the images of decorative saddle blankets, beaded ornaments and ceremonial masks.
CRITTER: "Four dapple-gray horses, with fancy filigree painted on their saddle blankets.
with classic, banded patterns that recall saddle blankets.
We went through the lariats, mess kits, saddle blankets, spurs, and neckerchiefs.
His bureau began with no supplies to issue and carried on with limited funds with which to purchase the cannons and rifles, saddle blankets and gun-slings that the army required.