Western Saddlery CompanySaddlery Western Company
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Information about our customers and suppliers: Approximately 35% of them are Saddles, 15% are Padded and 10% are other equine wares. There are a number of Western saddlery choices available, such as free patterns, payed patterns. We have 8,221 Western saddlery providers, mainly based in Asia. China (mainland), India and Pakistan are the most important supplier nations, accounting for 56%, 33% and 8% of western saddlery respectively.
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â¢ Horses:. I' ve got a western nut.... They were able to find their website, but they don't give any information about what and how the seats are made, etc......... I' ll e-mail them with images, so see if they can tell me about it, as they are a small, tailor-made saddler, hopefully they will recall it....
My answer is: What is your experiment with these saddles? â¢ Horses: In New Zealand there is a western saddlery. Formerly there was a western saddlery from California, I think it was the state, but I think they left the business. There' a Western Saddlery Company from NC, but that's just the name and they`re selling all sorts of things.
There' s a western saddler who lives in Canada and sells saddles made in India, from what others have said to me.... â¢ Horses: I' ll be able to take some photos soon and pose here. I think that India has done honest, but I am also not a good connoisseur of leathers. â¢ Horses:
Usually I can see an import a mile away, if it's the company that went out of business, they' re good saddles......... â¢ Horses: Don't worry about the saddlecloth;) we're in the middle of trying to find a better one, just like we did with RCA. It was one of those trial-and-error offerings that found a solution that fit the bill.
So it' difficult to go to the basting shed and take good photos. â¢ Horses: â¢ Horses: but they' re better than most saddles from India. Only in these photos it doesn't seem to be bad... but I'm not a big fan because of the perfect fitting.
That' d be better if it were just forward slightly discooted a bit, but it also seems to be really seated on top of its back instead of sit on it like a good nut should IMHO. â¢ Horses: It is a very lightweight nut for its height. How much would this new and resold/used seat costs?
â¢ Horses: Only in these photos it doesn't seem to be bad... but I'm not a big fan because of the perfect fitting. That' d be better if it were just forward slightly discooted a bit, but it also seems to be really seated on top of its back instead of sit on it like a good nut should IMHO.
100% I approve and every nut I've tried (25-30 different styles and sizes) fits the same way. So I just played around with seat and tried to find out what the heck I'm going to do about seat suspension since its seemingly impossible. What's that? Some better images of the seat without the seat cushion would tell me what problem I have.
It'?s not just this one with all the Saddles. I' d also like something a little bit short, but Arabian Saddles are really difficult to find and of course because fitting is always a topic I don't want to order now.