Reno

Diane first purchased a saddle from me in back around 2005. This saddle is the second one Diane has ordered from me. I’m so thankful for the return customers I have. It’s very gratifying to …

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Reverend

Kinsey lost her mother-in-law, Diane, in the recent past and Diane told her to buy the big half-draft horse named Reverend. This saddle is for Reverend. Hummingbirds were special to Diane and to those who …

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Parks

Julie and her husband Charlie worked in many of our national parks (Glacier, Grand Canyon….). They wanted a saddle that reflected some of the scenes and memories of their employment there. Some of the elements …

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Orchids in Oregon

This is the second project I’ve been fortunate enough to do for Jenny. The first saddle was full of lilies and this one is orchids. Orchids have a special meaning in Jenny’s family and this …

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Quincy

Growing up in California Ginger rescued a baby meadowlark who was quickly named “Quincy”. Quincy traveled everywhere with the family and became close friends with the family dog. This saddle is in part a memory …

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Park City

Matt needed a roughout with some tooling to make it stand out. Thanks for the chance to build this one….it will get some good use.

Grand Marais

Val is one of those customers I really enjoy. She is quick to respond to needed information and provides lots of feedback as well as questions. She worked a long time on planning this saddle …

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Moonstar Farms

Thank you Jenny McKillip of Moonstar Farms for the opportunity to build you this custom saddle. Jenny is a highly successful horsewoman in many equine disciplines and it was a pleasure to work with her …

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One for Buck

Janice and Patrick are return customers and it’s always fun to work on projects for people I’ve had the pleasure to work with before. 2021 has been a good year for return business! It’s been …

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Jenny’s Scottish Saddle

Jenny wanted her saddle to represent her Scottish heritage. Unicorns have been linked to Scotland for centuries. The unicorn was first used on the Scottish royal coat of arms by William I in the 12th …

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