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Billy Cook Mule Ranch Saddle 2285
Built to mimic the popular Arbuckle Wade Ranch Saddle, this little brother (2285) has all the style and features our horse owners enjoy, now on a mule tree.
Designed for the flatter back line of a mule, you'll enjoy the rawhide covered mule tree, crafted for strength and durability.
The 7/8 flat plate double rigging is perfect for uneven terrain. The flat plate rigging removes some of the bulk under the fenders and jockey without sacrificing strength and performance. Unlike the Arbuckle Wade, this mule version comes with a rear crupper ring.
The hard seat makes long trips in the saddle a breeze, serving to keep you cool and offer easy mounts/dismounts.
Like its big brother, the Arbuckle, this mule version features the same deep hand stamped waffle border tooling in your choice of chestnut or pecan.
The 4" rawhide bound cantle looks good and keeps you secure on the trail.
Other features include long strings for equipment and 3" rawhide roper stirrups.
At 42lb. it's not light, but it's built to last generations.
- Tree: Wade rawhide covered
- Seat Size: 16"
- Horn: 4" short post
- Swell: 9" hand tooled
- Cantle: 4" straight roll
- Rigging: 7/8 double rig
- Skirts: Artificial wool lined 26 1/2"
- Stirrups: 3" deep roper rawhide covered and laced
- Pattern: Hand stamped in waffle border, smooth seat and fender
- 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 my 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.