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    Bareback saddle

    I wanted to know how much a real bareback saddle is worth. It is a 15" seat it looks like a saddle but with a pad attached, and stirrups. It is older bu tin very good condition.
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    a bareback saddle :S that seems quite contradicting!!!
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    It is very contradicting. I am realy ammused with this saddle. It is a strange combo of western aussie and bareback pad. If is very very comfortable, and is close to a perfect fit on my racking horse. I want to buy it off the guy who has it and have not idea what to offer him.
    This thing is probably 20 or 30 years old.
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    This, I'd like to see Sounds neat
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    Please explain... Is this a saddle bronco riding saddle or a harness for rodeo bareback events? That is what it sounds like you are describing? Do you have photos of it?
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    Something like this?

    http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...category=47293


    I wouldn't pay mroe than $10.00 for a used one. Since new you can get them from 20 - $50.
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    I searched ebay also, and did not find anything similar. The ones on ebay (to me) are bareback pads, not realy saddles. It is not a bronc saddle, it has a horn, and I have never seen a bronc saddle with a horn. Everything pictured including the pad is attached. Anyone ever seen one or know what it is worth.
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    Sorry I put this on your photo.... not here.
    What does the label say? There is a US patient number on it... What all is printed there? Looks to be a collectors piece.
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    oops sorry. It says exactly: The Action Co. US Patent NO. 4265075
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    Check this out... http://www.westmall.com/Action/tracpg150.html Seems like yours is somewhat like that so I would bet you have a version of the McClellan Tree....

    I will see if I can find any more information...

    ETA: I bet if you contact this company they can tell you more about your saddle...
    Action Saddle Company

    1425 N Tennessee St
    McKinney, TX 75424
    (972) 542-8700
    http://actioncompany.com/
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