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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The KC

KC is an enthusiastic horsewoman very interested in the development of the California Bridle horse. We’ve had several good discussions regarding this style of horsemanship and what she was looking for in a saddle. She …

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W Bar M.

I first met Karen almost 8 years ago when I was looking for a Morgan horse to purchase. She had a young gelding that I went to see at her place and we went for …

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Kula.

Jeff called from Hawaii with a request for a “stripped down” saddle for his mule. I told him I had never built one but would take on the project. He already owned a tree he …

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The Nordic Bear.

Heath wanted some carvings on his saddle to reflect his Nordic ancestry as well as his home near the mountains where he grew up. I tried to meet both of these requirements on this 3B …

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Paradise Ranch

Oliver breeds and sells quarter horses in Florida. He needed a lighter weight slick fork saddle for general use and we came up with this 3B saddle for him. Finished weight was 32 lbs on …

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Centerline Farm

Bob and Lisa run a private equestrian center in Apex, NC. I recently finished this saddle for Bob. It features roughout seat, skirts, fenders, and billets. The rigging is in-skirt and the finished saddle weighs …

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