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Billy Cook Ladies All Around Saddle 2042
Are you looking for the perfect saddle for work and play? This Billy Cook All Around is worth a look!
Designed with female riders in mind, this Ladies All Around features unique design elements with a colored seat quilting, silver spots on the skirt and cantle, and feminine conchos with spotted border.
This saddle could pass for a barrel racer but also includes a vertical horn with a little extra meat to handle light work.
A double dee in-skirt rigging reduces bulk under the fenders and weighs less that heavier on-tree rigging.
This saddle ships with nylon tie strap and off billet to reduce weight.
You'll love the rawhide accents on the horn and cantle binding. The smaller bell stirrups with rawhide lacing add another feminine touch to this saddle.
Suede seat and roughout jockeys/fenders will keep you secure during the most demanding situations.
With hand-tooled logos and multiple ID plaques, nobody will questions whether you're riding the real Billy Cook.
Saddle ships with matching rear flank strap.
- Tree:All Around, rawhide covered, full quarter horse bars
- Seat: 14" - 15", 16" suede (15.5" Available Upon Request)
- Horn: 2 1/2" post with cap
- Swell: 13" tooled
- Cantle: 4" rawhide twist, with tooled overlay, silver laced
- Rigging: Stainless steel in-skirt front and rear
- Skirts: Artificial wool lining
- Skirt Length: 25"
- Stirrups: Bell rawhide laced and covered
- Pattern: Waffle stamped half-breed
- Finish: Hot Oil
- Weight: Approximately 32 lbs.
**Note: Saddle no longer comes with strand cinch**
Although through the years many have tried to imitate Billy Cook products, even to the point of counterfeiting, THERE IS ONLY ONE GENUINE "BILLY COOK CLASSIC SADDLE" MANUFACTURER. HorseSaddleShop.com is happy to sell the Genuine Billy Cook saddles made in Sulphur, Oklahoma, owned by Mr. Billy Cook. There are other saddle manufacturers that sell their own Billy Cook saddles. If you buy a Billy Cook saddle be sure that it is manufactured in Sulphur, Oklahoma.