13.5 to 16 Billy Cook Barrel Racing Saddle 1530 #gunsammo
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13.5 to 16 Billy Cook Barrel Racing Saddle 1530 #gunsammo



14 to 16 Billy Cook Barrel Racing Saddle 1530. This is the exact saddle I have, absolutely love it!!

Additional Images | Click to Zoom Billy Cook Barrel Racing Saddle 1530 The top reason why so many horse enthusiasts prefer Billy Cook is not only that every saddle buys them the comfort and quality they expect, but also because each saddle is a distinct work of art with its own unique features. This Barrel Racing Saddle is beautifully crafted. We love the hand-stitched seat, silver spot borders, and rawhide braided horn. It's just as beautiful as it is functional. The rawhide covered tree makes this saddle strong and durable - a saddle that will last generations. Stainless steel spots really make this saddle pop! Don't buy another barrel racer that looks like all the rest. Buy Billy Cook. **Note: Billy Cook now puts nylon rigging straps on all barrel saddles.** Specifications Tree: Pro Barrel Racer rawhide covered Horn: 2" tall rawhide braided, 1.5" cap Swell: 12.5" tooled with spots Cantle: 5" natural rawhide silver laced Cheyenne roll, leather tooled overlay with spots Rigging: In skirt Color: Hot Oil Skirts: Artificial wool lined with SS spots Skirt Length: 25" Stirrups: 2" bell natural rawhide laced Weight: Approximately 26 lbs. **Note: Saddle no longer comes with front cinch** Billy Cook Color Options Due to a variation in leather process and photography, the color you receive my vary from these examples. Although through the years many have tried to imitate Billy Cook products, even to the point of counterfeiting, THERE IS ONLY ONE GENUINE "BILLY COOK CLASSIC SADDLE" MANUFACTURER. HorseSaddleShop.com is happy to sell the Genuine Billy Cook saddles made in Sulphur, Oklahoma, owned by Mr. Billy Cook. There are other saddle manufacturers that sell their own Billy Cook saddles. If you buy a Billy Cook saddle be sure that it is manufactured in Sulphur, Oklahoma.

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