Barrels, Ropers, and Cutters oh my!

Amy’s Favorite

Barrel

STT Barrel Saddle This chocolate roughout barrel racing saddle with a tan inlaid seat is a great choice if you’re looking for a sophisticated, but rugged style. With its roughout leather, buck stitched border, and dark varnished stirrups, any Western Woman would look great making a run in this saddle.

 

Kenna’s Favorite

 

Calf Roper

Half tooled calf roper saddle with a black suede seat, this saddle is for the cowboy or cowgirl who likes the finer things in life. The tooling is a beautiful Wyoming floral design, and is included on the tree and stirrups as well as the skirt.

 

Nancy’s Favorite

Cutting

When it comes to making an impression, you can’t go wrong with this fully tooled, dark oiled cutter. The rich mahogany coloring contrasts extremely well with the lighter floral design tooled onto every part of this saddle except the stirrups. The saddle strings provide an optional extra punchy look as well.

 

Leticia’s Favorite

 

Ranch Cutter

This two-tone ranch cutter combines a slick out seat and fender with a rough out skirt and tree. The contrast provided by this choice of leather really accentuates the profile of this beautiful piece of leather work. Also includes wood varnished stirrups and saddle strings for a South Texas feel.

 

Haley’s Favorite

Ranch Roper

Keep it simple with this pencil rolled strip down ranch roper saddle. Leather rosettes, rawhide stirrups, and latigo saddle strings bring it back to the basics for a great value.

 

 

Rachel’s Favorite

Reiner

A classic take on the reining saddle, this brown suede seat saddle allows the rider to remain comfortably seated during the intense movement of a reining performance. An oak leaf border to the light oiled slick out leather provides the old-fashioned look many members of the reining community have been looking for.

 

 

Brianna’s Favorite

Team Roper

The attention to detail on this South Texas Tack exclusive team roping saddle is incredible. Delicately crafted hog flower tooling covers 7/8 of this saddle, and is even present on the stirrups. A roughout top skirt provides a sturdy layer of protection from the wear and tear of sitting in the saddle, and the suede stitched seat provides extra comfort for the rider. This saddle has a luxurious feel, and the design to be practical at the same time.

Barbara’s Favorite

Trail

Designed specifically for the trail rider, this saddle has everything you need to make that long day in the saddle enjoyable. Stirrups with stainless steel bottoms and conchos added to the leather tops provide a unique look for the open trail. Dark oiled with half basket weave tooling, this saddle talks the talk just as well as it walks the walk.

 

Denise’s Favorite

Kids’

If you are looking for the perfect gift for your young horse enthusiast, this kid’s association saddle is the perfect option. It uses a bear trap seat design for security, and a close contact fit on the horse for more efficient communication from rider to horse and vice versa. Roughout leather for the seat and fenders, and waffle tooling for the other half of the saddle makes this saddle easy on the eyes to boot.

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