Thursday, November 4, 2010
More saddle pictures
No, that's not a horn in the back. It it meant to keep the pack secure. I can take it entirely apart. The 2 bottom panels come off, too. On the inside, you can see the ring that you would attach your saber. I keep an identification tag on it. The tree is attached by rawhide strings, so it is flexible. Every horse is smoother in this saddle. I think that is why.
If you ever find one--they are on Ebay, now and then, consider purchasing it to use. I only needed to have the billets replaced. Between the purchase price and repairs, I think it was about $150.00.