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        02-25-2013, 11:23 AM
    I have been reading your posts on Billy Cook saddles and was hoping someone could give me some guidance. I have my mom's BC saddle and was fully intending to keep it forever after she passed from a brain tumor. Just this past Saturday, her 33 year old quarter horse left this world to hopefully again be with mom. I know I will never be using this saddle and it takes alot of time keeping it looking nice and I am now considering selling it. I found this number under the stirrup 1050481 and will attempt to post some pictures as well. I also have another saddle that I have no idea of its worth. Any help would be so greatly appreciated.
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        02-25-2013, 11:27 AM
    I messed up...first three pictures are not BC saddle, but I am looking to sell it. The fourth picture, as well as these additional pictures are the BC saddle.
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        02-25-2015, 12:50 AM
    I have a BC Roper as well! Same thing as the both of you, although mine isn't in as good of shape. Has anyone found out anything about them?
        02-25-2015, 01:42 AM
    Someone just posted a whole bunch of great info on the Billy Cook company. Let me see if I can find that thread . . .

    Maybe this thread:

    Billy Cook Saddles vs LongHorn/Simco
        02-26-2015, 12:12 PM
    I think that brown saddle is a cutting saddle. It has an upright skinny horn and a long flat seat with no riser. That seat shape is usually a cutting saddle. But there are many pleasure riders who prefer it. Google for Billy Cook cutting saddle and see if you see similar saddles in the images.

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