some time ago, in this post I showed a sketch of a horseman leading a 'rumak' dariocaballeros. vivat-kielbaa
well, inspired by an image of the saddle of one of our Polish-Lithuanian kings I added some detail in that drawing -
The image of this saddle comes from the Polish Army Museum that has on its website a photo of king Stanisław Leszczyński's saddle, circa 1704-05 http://www.muzeumwp.pl/emwpaedia/siodlo-koronacyjne-stanislawa-leszczynskiego-z-1704-roku.php
This saddle is traditionally associated with our king Stanisław
This is not the winged hussar 'kulbaka' (then lancer deeper saddle) yet has characteristics typical to the Polish saddles made during the second half of XVII century made by various manufacturers in the royal city of Lwów - unfortunately thanks to Stalin, Roosevelt and Churchill not in Poland of today ( for more reading please see Zdzisław Żygulski jr study of Polish saddles of the period written in 1950s).