10-11-2010, 09:45 PM
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Go to the Circle Y website, they have a whole FAQ section about their serial numbers. They are awesome over the phone too. We got a saddle into the tack shop and were trying to match up the numbers but it just wasn't fitting. Couldn't figure it out. Called directly, the man was very nice on the phone and told us that the saddle had the wrong serial numbers for what it was (It was a barrel racing saddle and it was listed as an equitation saddle). We figured it was a mix up and left it be. The man called us back to make sure we were picking up what he was putting down...the saddle was stolen and had the plates switched. LOL we never would have guessed!