See also: saddletree and saddle-tree

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saddle tree (plural saddle trees)

  1. The base on which the rest of the saddle is built. Usually based on wood or a similar synthetic material, it is eventually covered in leather or a leatherlike synthetic. The tree size determines its fit on the horse's back as well as the size of the seat for the rider.
  2. The tulip tree.

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