Definition of mounting block in English:

mounting block

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noun

A block of stone or low wooden steps from which a rider mounts a horse.
More example sentences
  • I told Sally that it was easier on the horse to use the mounting block, which is true.
  • When he was not off fighting battles, he made the trek to St Mary's every Sunday by horse: his mounting block can still be seen outside the church.
  • When we three women came down, Mike had our horses tied by the mounting block.

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