Mike is very familiar with quality saddles as he has owned several in his riding lifetime. We started talking about a saddle for him well over a year ago. He has had some physical maladies …

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Big Timber

Lloyd runs an outfitting business in Montana and puts lots of miles on his saddles. Lloyd decided to go with a “classic” Carlos border and add some matching bullnose tapaderos. This saddle has a classic …

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Marc wanted a saddle to reflect on what he had done in his life’s work and to be something he could pass along to his children to use. Marc was a minister and also ran …

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Half Moon Bay

Robin is a Marine who also works with endurance riders and their horses. He wanted to have a saddle that reflected the history and legacy of the Marine Corp. Thanks for the challenging project Robin!

Chino Valley

Christi was looking for a lightweight saddle for riding in the mountains and desert of Arizona. Dusty Smith worked with me to build a strong but light weight tree and this saddle finished out at …

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Helen need a good trail saddle and something she could work some cattle in as well. Dusty Smith built the tree for the project. Conchos are by John Mincer. Thank you Helen!

The Desert Rat

Mark is a big guy so if the fenders on this saddle look a little long…..there is a reason!  Mark lives in Southern California and rides a lot of desert country. He wanted this saddle …

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Chyanne rides and lives in the mid-western part of the country but takes trips with her family to ride in the desert areas of the western United States. She wanted a saddle that would be …

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Jodi wanted her saddle to reflect her Scandinavian heritage. She did not want traditional western carving on her saddle to we had to change some things up a bit. These type of projects are always …

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Kendra and her husband call Pendleton, OR, home. Kendra helped me design this great looking rig. Dusty Smith of WYO Saddle Trees built this Wade tree with a Taylor cantle. I really like the look …

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