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HT3085A78
16” Cowboy Collection Strip-Down
16” Cowboy Collection Strip-Down – This smooth seated saddle has a smaller skirt and in-skirt rigging for close contact, pre-turned fenders with tons of motion, and Nettles stirrups. It is built to rope from and it is lighter weight with the smaller skirt. This is the new trend in Cowboy Saddles. (3) **Built on a wood tree wrapped in rawhide, full quarter horse bars, with a 7” gullet that nicely fits most horses. The horn is sturdy enough to rope from. All of the hardware is stainless steel, the leather is heavy oiled, and the basket weave tooling was done by hand. There are leather tassel ties, 4” Nettles stirrups, and a rear cinch is included. Price: $1,350.00
Ad Type:For Sale
Status:Available
Saddle Type:Western
Brand:Cowboy Collection
Year:N/A
New/Used:New
Country:United States of America
Price:$ 1,350
Location:Cannon falls, MN 55009
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