Equipment, such as saddles and harnesses, for horses.(noun)
A shop that sells tack.(noun)
The craft or business of one that makes or sells tack.(noun)
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Use "saddlery" in a sentence
"Check out the internet, local paper and local saddlery shop."
"Sales for the famous saddlery and Kelly handbags maker in the first three months of the year rose to €637 million $917 million from €508 million a year earlier, with fast sales growth across regions."
"This is a fully realized, mature executive coupe, with saddlery that Trigger would envy and a horsepower/fuel-economy quotient that would have been science fiction a decade ago."