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    12-07-2010, 02:21 AM
Red Ranger Saddles?

I recently bought a saddle from a member on another forum and found that the left fender was stamped with a circular emblem which reads "Red Ranger Saddlery" and has the image of of horse and rider in the center.
I have searched high and low, but have only been able to come up with the scantest information about this company and even less about the individual saddle styles. It seems very well made and from the little info I could scavenge it would have to be from the 60's or 70's, so it's held up very well. It needs minor repairs, but it is service-ably sound and after I get a chance to clean it up I think it will be a very sharp looking saddle again.
I actually hadn't noticed the makers mark until I was uploading pictures of it and it caught my eye that the tooling wasn't the same on both sides. I'm so clueless sometimes.

Any info is greatly appreciated!
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    01-09-2011, 08:46 PM
I recently bought a lot of vintage Western Horseman magazines (from the 60s to today) and have seen many Red Ranger ads in them. I will try to scan a few of them when we get a real wintery day...maybe we can find your saddle advertised!

Post pics, will ya?
    01-13-2011, 10:16 PM
Oh that would be great! I'll get good photos and put them up. Thanks!

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