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Billy Cook Nebraska Ranch Saddle, Round Skirt 2805
You haven't sat in a Billy Cook until you've sat in a Billy Cook ranch saddle! And the Nebraska Ranch series takes these hard working saddles to a new level.
Under the hood you'll find all the genuine Billy Cook features you'd expect - Rawhide covered quarter horse bars, top grain leather, strong flat plate rigging, and of course, the signature Billy Cook stamp an the fenders, cantle, and skirt.
But this saddle doesn't stop there. Billy has dressed this work horse up with a wide basket and floral border - so thick it looks more like a fully tooled saddle than a border!
The round skirt and rawhide pencil roll cantle set this beauty apart from the other Nebraska Ranchers.
Billy's signature 5.5" cantle on a hard seat will keep you secure and comfortable during long days in the saddle. A strong 2.5" rawhide bound horn sets on top of the generous 14" swell.
Finished with brass hardware, roper stirrups, and a rope strand cinch.
Don't settle for any other ranch saddle. When you buy a genuine Billy Cook, you're buying a saddle that will become a family heirloom - passed down for generations.
- Tree: Rancher rawhide covered Q.H. bars
- Seat Size: 16", hard seat
- Horn: 2 1/2 Post rawhide bound
- Swell: 14" undercut
- Cantle: 5 1/2"
- Rigging: 7/8 position Flat plate rigging with brass hardware
- Skirts: 26.5" Synthetic wool lined
- Stirrups: 3" roper
- Pattern: Basket and floral border
- Color: Chestnut, oiled and polished
- Weight: Approximately 42 lbs.
**Note: Saddle no longer comes with front 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.