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Western Saddles

Lady Trail Western Saddle by Fabtron FA 7152

We carry a full line of Western Saddles from Ranching to Racing, Nylon and Leather. Shop our top brands: Abetta Saddles, Fabtron Saddles, Reinsman Saddles, Billy Cook Saddlery, Tex Tan Saddles, Saddle King Of Texas, King Series Saddles and Simco Long Horn. It is indeed our pleasure to assist you in finding the perfect Western Saddle for you and your horse. We also offer Free Wither Tracings for our Abetta Saddle line to further ensure the best possible fit. Review the Saddle Brochure to help you better understand your saddle and check out our Western Saddle Fitting Tips to have the perfect fit every time!

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Abetta All Around Saddle
Abetta All Around Saddle

$357.00

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Abetta Arabian Comfort Trail Saddle
Abetta Arabian Comfort Trail Saddle

$520.00

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Black
Abetta Arabian Endurance Saddle

$468.00

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Abetta Arabian Trail Saddle
Abetta Arabian Trail Saddle

$429.00

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Abetta Beartrap Saddle
Abetta Beartrap Saddle

$386.00

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Flourescent Pink
Abetta Classic Saddle

$309.00

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Connie Combs Barrel Racer
Abetta Connie Combs Barrel Racer Saddle

$524.00

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Abetta Draft Comfort Trail
Abetta Draft Comfort Trail Saddle

$574.00

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Abetta Draft Horse Saddle
Abetta Draft Horse Saddle

$510.00

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Abetta Draft Trail Saddle
Abetta Draft Trail Saddle

$536.00

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Abetta Endurance Saddle
Abetta Endurance Saddle

$416.00

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Abetta Gaited Comfort Trail Saddle
Abetta Gaited Comfort Trail Saddle

$485.00

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Reviews

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Great feedback. We have passed this along to the manufacturer as this is the first complaint we have had on this saddle. We did look over the saddle ourselves also, and i can see what you mean by that, however it appears the D ring and the nylon webbing is more heavy duty than most because of it being an overall larger saddle. Would love to have feedback from anyone else on this saddle as well if you have it!

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I purchased the Abetta Draft Trail saddle... after the 4th ride looking to get rid of it...the Front Dee Ring under the stirrup hurts your thighs...you can not go trail riding with this saddle. do not recommend this saddle at all


Western Saddles

Western saddles are used for western riding and are the saddles. They are also used on cattle ranches and working horses through out the United States, particularly in the west. They are the "cowboy" saddles familiar to rodeo fans, movie viewers, and those who have gone on trail rides at guest ranches.

This saddle was designed to provide comfort and security to the rider, especially when the rider is spending long hours on a horse, traveling over rugged terrain. The design of the Western saddle derives from the saddles of the Spanish vaqueros - the early horse trainers and cattle handlers of the American Southwest and Mexico. It was developed for the purpose of working cattle across vast areas, and also came from a combination of the saddles used in the two main styles of horseback riding then practiced in Spain — la jineta, the Moorish style which allowed great freedom of movement to the horse; and la estradiota, later la brida, also known as the jousting style, which provided excellent security to the rider and strong control of the horse. A very functional item was added: the saddle "horn." This style of saddle allowed vaqueros to control cattle by use of a rope around the neck of the animal, tied or dallied (wrapped without a knot) around the horn.

Today, although many Western riders have never roped cattle, the western saddle still features this historical element. Some variations on the Western saddle design, such as those used in endurance riding, bronc riding, and those made for the rapidly growing European market, do not always have horns. The Spanish tree saddle is another predecessor which may have contributed to the design of the Western saddle, which was influential in the design of the McClellan saddle of the American military. The Western saddle is being used by all branches of the U.S. Army, particularly associated with the cavalry.

The Western saddle is designed to be comfortable when ridden in for many hours. Its purpose and history is to be a working tool for a cowboy who spends all day, every day, on horseback. The western saddle may give the impression of providing for a more secure seat for a beginning rider. However, this may be misleading; the heavy stirrups and high cantle aren’t for focing the rider into a rigid position, nor is the horn meant to be a handle for the rider to hang onto.

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