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    FS: 16" RW Bowman Western Saddle

    It's hard to put this up but....

    I love this saddle, but it's just too big for me and it's just too heavy to fling this up on the horses.
    The picture of the saddle on the fence is a stock photo, but it's the same one I have for sale, except mine does not have the buck rolls and the back cinch, as shown in the photo on Jazz. It does have a back cinch but not from the saddle maker. It's been kept in a zipped saddle cover when not in use. I've only used it about 10 times.
    I've only found one used for sale and the price was $1,249.
    I'm asking $1000. Plus shipping.




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    16 in FQHB R W Bowman B-Light Trail (9416)


    CANTLE HEIGHT: 4"


    SWELL: A-FORK ; WIDTH 10"


    GULLET WIDTH: 7"


    HORN SIZE: 2.75"


    RIGGING: Dropped Plate


    HARDWARE: Stainless Steel


    SKIRT LENGTH: 26"


    WEIGHT: Approx 29 lbs

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    Sold...thanks Joan.

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    Thank you Susan! I LOVE it!

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    Hello,


    this is my first post!


    I am Braulio, and I write from italy!


    I think this saddle is beautiful! You find this saddle comfortable for long trips?
    You believe that the quality of the materials is excellent?


    There are sites that sell this model?


    Thanks in advance


    sorry for my bad English!


    regards



    Quote Originally Posted by Jazzy Pants View Post
    It's hard to put this up but....

    I love this saddle, but it's just too big for me and it's just too heavy to fling this up on the horses.
    The picture of the saddle on the fence is a stock photo, but it's the same one I have for sale, except mine does not have the buck rolls and the back cinch, as shown in the photo on Jazz. It does have a back cinch but not from the saddle maker. It's been kept in a zipped saddle cover when not in use. I've only used it about 10 times.
    I've only found one used for sale and the price was $1,249.
    I'm asking $1000. Plus shipping.




    Stats...
    16 in FQHB R W Bowman B-Light Trail (9416)


    CANTLE HEIGHT: 4"


    SWELL: A-FORK ; WIDTH 10"


    GULLET WIDTH: 7"


    HORN SIZE: 2.75"


    RIGGING: Dropped Plate


    HARDWARE: Stainless Steel


    SKIRT LENGTH: 26"


    WEIGHT: Approx 29 lbs

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    Jazzy pants

    My wife and I each have that saddle. We love the quality and
    The way it sits on our horses. It is really hard, did u have any
    Problems with that or not? I've had slick seats that were not
    That hard. I don't know if it is an ageing thing or not. We have
    Seat savers and still get that pressure points on our butt. We've
    Been riding for years. What the heck?

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