Billy's line of High Country Ranch saddles is a nod to the traditional western style with all the high-quality specs you'd expect to see in a genuine Billy Cook saddle.
This (2174) High Country Rancher is a sharp saddle! With a beautiful hand-tooled Running "W" border - just enough tooling to give this saddle some character without deviating from the traditional style.
Designed on Billy's rawhide-covered Quarter Horse tree featuring a generous 14" swell with leg cuts and a tall 5" cantle with rawhide pencil roll trim.
Whether you're sorting cattle, checking fence rows, or just taking to the trail this ranch saddle rises to the task with a 2.5" short post horn, 3" deep roper rawhide covered stirrups and long strings for all your gear.
You'll love the flat plate rigging, providing a solid anchor for your saddle without getting in the way of your fenders and leg swing!
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: Rawhide covered Q.H. bar and gullet
Seat Size: 16" or 17", hard seat
Horn: 2 1/2" Short Post horn with Billy Cook wrap
Swell: 14" leather covered
Cantle: 5" rawhide bound.
Rigging: 7/8 position Flat plate rigging with brass hardware
Skirts: Artificial wool lined
Skirt Length: 28 1/2"
Stirrups: 3" Deep Roper Rawhide.
Pattern: Running W Border
Weight: Approximately 42 lbs.
**Note: Saddle no longer comes with front cinch**
Billy Cook Color Options
Due to a variation in leather process and photography, the color you receive may vary from these examples.
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.