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A horse bred to have the gait of an American Saddle Horse.
- ‘I am considering purchasing a 2 1/2 saddlebred mare for the purpose of showing and in a few years raising a colt.’
- ‘However, a known number of horses (e.g., race and saddlebreds) have very little turn out time and seem to do fine with good horsemanship.’
- ‘So how do you figure that when most American saddlebreds end up between 16 and 17 hands?’
- ‘His grandfather raised gaited horses, and he rode decendants of the great saddlebred, Rex McDonald.’
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The definitions of ‘buddy’ and ‘bro’ in the OED have recently been revised. We explore their history and increase in popularity.