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SADDLE

 

A fervent curse upon the man who invented the American saddle. There is no seat to speak of about it--one might as well sit in a shovel--and the stirrups are nothing but an ornamental nuisance.
- quoted in Mark Twain in Hawaii, Walter Francis Frear

 

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