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HT3214006
Jeff Smith 17” Cutting saddle
Jeff Smith 17” Cutting saddle – This saddle sits an exact 16 ½” with a rough-out seat, jockey, and fender; there is tooling everywhere else. The double stitched skirts are cut for close contact, the fenders are pre-turned, and it is built on a full QH tree with a 7 ¼” gullet. (C-70) **This saddle measures 17” to the stitching and will sit closer to an exact 16 ½” seat. The seat, jockey, and fenders are rough-out to give you some better grip. The skirts, cantle, and pommel are hand tooled with a geometric and floral pattern. The tree is a wood tree wrapped in fiberglass; making it durable, strong, and light weight; the tree comes with a 15 year warranty. Full QH bars, this saddle has a nice 7 ¼” gullet that will fit most horses very nicely. Included are some extras like: real silver conchos, real sheepskin lining, Nettles brand wood stirrups, and a matching rear cinch. Price: $2,495.00
Ad Type:For Sale
Status:Available
Saddle Type:Western
Brand:Jeff Smith
Year:N/A
New/Used:New
Country:United States of America
Price:$ 2,495
Location:Cannon falls, MN 55009
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