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    Cutting/Work/Colt Breaking Saddle

    Used cutting/work/colt breaking saddle. The saddle is not clean in these photos, sorry, I havn't ridden in it in about 8 months. Its just been sitting on the saddle stand, The saddle looks worse in the pics than it actually does in person. Go figure. It is made by J-N Saddle Shop of Miami, OK. The guy who made these saddles worked for Billy Cook before Billy sold his name. This guy has all of Billy's saddle plans, so it rides and is the quality of the OLD Billy Cooks. This saddle has had one fender repaired on the inside and the leathers are like half holes, allowing for a lot of adjustability. The saddle is very sound and has tons of life left in it. Like I said I bought it off a cowboy who needed cash ASAP. I feel it is totally worth what I paid. My farrier loved it and he was very familiar with the guy who made it and the saddles and he said it was a good buy. It is comfy to ride in but the cantle is a little too tall for me to post in (I school my hunt seat horses in western saddles). Anyhow, here is the link http://s132.photobucket.com/albums/q2/cowgirlnclemson/Western%20Saddle/

    Asking $300 plus shipping
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    bumping up
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    what size seat does it have? what bars?

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    16" seat. Bars measure 7".
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    ok its too small and too big. small for me and big for my horses

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    bump, great working saddle.
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    bumping up nice saddle needs to go
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    ugh... you're killing me with this saddle! lol

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    LOL It needs a new home, because I need a new English saddle.
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    Does it fit horses with high withers?

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