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Question 1: In the Western world there are two basic types of saddles used today for horseback riding, usually called the ________ and the "Stock" Saddle.
English ridingHorse showArabian horseEnglish saddle

Question 2: McClellan saddle, a specific American cavalry model used in the post-Civil War era by the ________, particularly in the American west.
United States armed forcesUnited States Army AfricaUnited States Marine CorpsUnited States Army

Question 3: This saddle, a predecessor to the modern ________, was originally padded with wool or horsehair and covered in leather or textiles.
CowboyEquestrianismWestern saddleStirrup

Question 4: The first stirrup-like object was invented in ________ in the second century BC, and consisted of a simple leather strap in which the rider's toe was placed.
IndiaLok SabhaIndia and the Non-Aligned MovementResearch and Analysis Wing

Question 5: The ________ was one of the milestones in saddle development.
EquestrianismStirrupHorse tackCowboy

Question 6: The best known stock saddle is the American ________, followed by the Australian Stock Saddle.
CowboyEquestrianismWestern saddleStirrup

Question 7: Saddles were improved upon during the ________, as knights needed saddles that were stronger and offered more support.
Middle AgesHigh Middle AgesEarly Middle AgesLate Middle Ages

Question 8: Traditionally, the tree of an ________ is built of laminated layers of high quality wood reinforced with spring steel along its length, with a riveted gullet plate.
English saddleHorse showEnglish ridingHorse

Question 9: Sidesaddle riding is still seen today in horse shows, ________, parades and other exhibitions.
Fox hunting legislationRed FoxFox huntingUnited Kingdom

Question 10: The term English saddle encompasses several different styles of saddle, including those used for eventing, show jumping and hunt seat, ________, saddle seat, horse racing and polo.
LipizzanEquestrianismSpanish Riding SchoolDressage

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