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High Horse Mesquite Trail Saddle 6864

High Horse Mesquite Trail Saddle 6864

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High Horse Mesquite Trail Saddle 6864
High Horse Mesquite Trail Saddle 6864

High Horse Mesquite Trail Saddle 6864

Try out the Mesquite Trail Saddle by High Horse and you'll love the double padded seat for all day riding comfort! It comes with three sets of strings for all your gear. Adjustable position rigging gives you options for best fit on your horse, along with a rounded skirt so it doesn't get in the way.

The beautiful tooling in the Mesquite adds a little flare to make this saddle pop. A soft fleece skirt makes for a comfortable ride for you and your horse. Enjoy all the benefits of a High Horse saddle and get yours today!


  • Seat Sizes: 13”, 14”, 15”, 16”, 17”, 18"
  • Hardware: Antique Rope Edge
  • Tooling: Floral Panel
  • Rigging: Adjustable Position In-skirt
  • Horn: 3 1/4” Neck, 2 1/4” Cap
  • Tree: Regular, Wide, Extra Wide (13" and 14" Extra wide can be special ordered)
  • Skirt: 11” D x 25” L
  • Swell Width: 13”
  • Cantle Height: 4"
  • Weight: Approx 29 lbs

Special Features

3 Way Rigging

3-Way adjustable in-skirt rigging with several rigging options and positions to best suit fitting all of the different horse conformations.

Western Saddle Seat Size Calculator

*NOTE FOR CHILDREN OR YOUTH SIZES SMALLER THAN 14" When measuring for a child's Western saddle, have them sit down in a chair. Once seated, use a measuring tape to measure the length of their upper leg from the knee to their rear. The saddle should be about 10% longer than the child's upper leg. For example: If the child's leg measures 9 inches, then the child's Western saddle should be 10 inches.

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Calculated Seat Size Shown Below

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There is a lot of room for personal preference with seat sizing, but as a general rule it is better to error on the side of ordering a seat size that is too large rather than erring on the side of a seat that will be too small.

Things to Consider

  • Tucker adds 1/2inch to their seat sizes (due to thick seat padding)
    16.5” Tucker = 16” normally

  • Barrel riders usually take 1” less on the seat size
    16” Trail Rider = 15” Barrel Rider

  • Ranch (slick seats) usually ride smaller (1/2inch seat size) so they don’t slide around
    16” is for most men, 15” for most women

  • Trail Saddles with High Cantles (5”) make the seat sizes feel smaller
    Trail Saddle with 5” cantle will feel smaller in the seat than one with a 3.5” cantle

  • English Saddles don’t convert exactly but often are 2” bigger
    18” English = 16” Western

  • Riders with inseams under 30” or 5’ tall and under often need custom cut fenders
    Tall riders with long legs but lighter weight may need custom cut fenders as well

Checking the Fit

  • General Guideline is about 3 fingers between your thigh and the swell.


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