Saddle

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Saddle
Saddle.png

Type

Tools

Durability

N/A

Renewable

Yes

Stackable

No

First appearances

See History

Data value

dec: 329 hex: 149 bin: 101001001

Name

saddle

Mule saddled with a saddle and with two chests.

Saddles are items that can be placed on ridable mobs.

Obtaining[edit | edit source]

Natural generation[edit | edit source]

Saddles can be found in 2.5% of stronghold altar chests, 35.7% of nether fortress chests, 23.7% of desert temple chests, 16.3% of village blacksmith chests, 29.0% of dungeon chests, 13.4% of End city chests, and 15.5% of jungle temple chests, all in groups of 1.

Fishing[edit | edit source]

Saddles can be obtained as a "treasure" item from fishing.

Trading[edit | edit source]

Villager leatherworkers will sell saddles for 8-10 emeralds as a third tier trade

Usage[edit | edit source]

Saddles may be used to ride horses, donkeys, mules, and pigs.

Using a saddle on a pig will equip the saddle, allowing the player to ride the pig, though controlling the pig requires usage of a carrot on a stick. The saddle can only be retrieved by killing the pig.

Tamed horses, donkeys, and mules can be ridden without them wearing a saddle, but a saddle is required to control them. Once tamed, they can be equipped with a saddle by placing it in their inventory which can be opened by pressing use while holding a saddle or sneaking. The saddle can be unequipped by removing it from the steed's inventory.

Achievements[edit | edit source]

Icon Achievement In-game description Prerequisites Actual requirements (if different) Availability Xbox points earned Trophy type (PS)
PC Xbox PS Pocket Wii U
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When Pigs Fly Fly a pig off a cliff Cow Tipper Be riding a pig (e.g. using a saddle) when it hits the ground with a fall distance greater than 5. Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes 40G Gold

Video[edit | edit source]

History[edit | edit source]

Infdev
Seecret Friday 2 Added saddles.
Saddles do not drop from saddled pigs.
Saddles can be found in the new dungeon chests.
Beta
1.8 pre1 Saddles added to the new mineshaft and stronghold altar chests.
Official release
1.1 Saddles can be found in the new village blacksmith chests.
1.2.4 When baby animals were introduced, baby pigs could be ridden just like adult pigs. After version 1.2.4, baby pigs could no longer be saddled.
1.3.1 12w21a Saddles can now be traded from villagers, and thus have become renewable.
Saddles can be found in the new desert temple chests.
12w22a Saddles can be found in the new jungle temple chests.
1.4.2 12w36a Saddles now drop from killing saddled pigs.
Added carrot on a stick to direct saddled pigs, effectively controlling them.
12w37a Pigs can now jump when being ridden.
1.6.1 13w18a Saddles can now be used to ride horses, while previously they required horse saddles.
1.7.2 13w36a Saddles can be fished with fishing rods and are described as treasure.
1.9 15w31a Saddles can now be found in End city chests.
15w43a Slightly decreased average yield from nether fortress chests.
15w44a Removed from mineshaft chests, and decreased average yield from dungeon chests.
Increased yield from desert temple chests.
Pocket Edition Alpha
0.7.0 Added saddles.
0.9.0 build 1 Saddles can now be obtained from village blacksmith chests.
0.11.0 build 1 Saddles can be fished with fishing rods and are described as treasure.
Console Edition
TU1 CU1 1.0 Patch 1 Added saddles.

Issues[edit | edit source]

Issues relating to “Saddle” are maintained on the issue tracker. Report issues there.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • A saddle is considered "armor" by the game, but the value of protection to the pig is equal to null, making no additional protection to the pig. A saddle can still be seen if the pig is invisible.
  • Punching a pig or horse while holding a saddle causes the mob to wear the saddle, and it will be taken out of your inventory, even in creative mode.
  • The "When Pigs Fly" achivement requires "Cow Tipper" even though you do not need leather to open loot chests.

Gallery[edit | edit source]

See also[edit | edit source]