Manufacturer: Billy Cook
Category: Reining Saddles
Purchase: I bought this used for $600.00 at a local auction after having a chance to try it out.
Likes: I like reining saddles because the stirrups are hung forward, making it easier to keep the legs in the proper position. I also like the larger seat because then I can find my own spot in the saddle without having the saddle put me there.
Dislikes: I think that reining saddles should be simple and plain, leaving the beauty to the horse. This saddle has a basket weave tooling so it's not too flashy, but I'd prefer smooth leather. I could do without the (minimal) silver too.
Quality: The tree is rawhide covered with quarter horse bars and gullet. The horn is braided rawhide, stirrups are laced rawhide. The skirts are wool lined.
Summary: I like this saddle and would recommend it.
Usefulness Rating: 2.5 out of 5.
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