|Pictured above is our Santa Fe/Mountain Man Saddle. It's based on
a Hope tree with a 5" cantle w/hand holes.
Photo A shows the skeleton rig and the small wool lined skirts.
My testing indicates that a saddle built without the skirts has a tendency to wander about on the horse's back.
The saddle will be more likely stay in place with the addition of the skirts.
Photo B shows the mochilla in place, pommel bags and brass bound stirrups.
Base Price includes skirts, Mochilla, 3/4 single ring rig, 2 ea 1 1/2 inch latigo without holes,
|Due to current economic conditions, prices are subject to change without notice.
A deposit will guarantee quoted pricing.
|Due to irresponsible, unsupervised children who have hacked my one click email/inquiry link
I have removed it. For those wishing to email us please use [ dave 'at' saddlemaker 'dot' com]
substituting @ for the 'at' and . for the 'dot' . And a tip of the ol' hat to absent parents and
public school system that cranks them out.
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