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Billy Cook Maker Arabian Arab Show Trail Saddle #8930
FREE SHIPPING! Lightly used Billy Cook Classic Sulphur OK Maker Arabian saddle. Serial number 8930 08127800. Sells for $1400+ everywhere. It has a 16" seat, 25" skirt, 3 1/2" cantle, 7" gullet, full arab bars, leather girth straps and weighs apx 32 pounds. Shows normal use wear but has no faults. Detailed photos with a ruler showing measurements are posted. I want everyone to be happy with their purchase and know what they are buying as SALE IS FINAL. I will delete add when sold. If you see it on here then it's still for sale. Please look at all pictures and be serious when contacting me. I may consider other good saddles in on trade. FREE shipping in lower 48 US states ONLY. International buyers please email for a quote. I accept Paypal and USPS money orders. Thanks for looking!!
Status:Available
Saddle Type:Western
Brand:Billy Cook
New/Used:Used
Length:16
Country:United States of America
Price:$ 895
Location:Farmington, MO 63640
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