One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1no object To unsaddle a horse, etc., especially for a rest; (hence, by extension) to make a break in a journey.
2with object To unsaddle (a horse, etc.), especially for a rest or break in a journey.
Early 19th century. From off- + saddle, after Dutch afzadelen to unsaddle.
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