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15.5" Rico Barrel Saddle
I am selling a 15 1/2" Rico Barrel Saddle with semi-quarter horse bars and roughout seat and fenders. This saddle is incredibly comfortable (I would be willing to do an all day ride in it), and it lets you really sit down into it (I am training a spooky 4 yr Arabian who wiggles a lot), but it does not fit my horse. I bought it used at the end of November for $900 and have only ridden in in a few times. It was fully cleaned an oiled a couple of weeks ago. I am asking $750. From the Rico Saddle Shop website: "Rico Hilarion learned his saddle making from his ex father-in-law, the famous Billy Cook. Rico opened his own saddle shop in Greenville, Texas in 1990, and his saddles today are highly sought after." keywords: western, saddles, barrels, short backed, short-backed, short-skirt, short skirt
Status:Available
Saddle Type:Western
Brand:Rico
New/Used:Used
Length:15.5
Country:United States of America
Price:$ 750
Location:Arvada, CO 80007
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