Light weight Saddles, the working cowboys western saddle. Lighten up with Light Weight Saddles like the Mile Marker; the lightest saddle we produce. It’s got a user-friendly seat with bars to fit your horse, making saddling up for your next trail ride a pleasure.
Event Saddles, the working cowboys western saddle. We’ve got Time Saver saddles for serious barrel racing, combining all the features racers look for, built with close contact riding in mind. For Versatility classes, we’ve got lighter weight with the right fitting seat and classic lines, perfect for showing, cutting or roping. The Working Cow Horse is an offshoot of the old bronc saddles with thick, rounded swells that has become a regular standby for cowboys.
Cowboy Saddles, the working cowboys western saddle. Cowboy saddles were created for the real, working cowboy. You asked and we listened, with the 98 Wade, sporting a lower gullet and slightly larger cap.
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