15 inch Hereford saddle for sale $300
This saddle is an older Hereford brand work saddle, has a suede seat that is in really good shape, all conchos are there, and has a rear cinch. 15 inch seat, full quarter horse bars. Measures 7 inches across the gullet. Does not come with girth or pad. Is fairly light weight for its age (back then most saddles weighed a ton).
Only selling this saddle because the seat is too small for me. May trade for a 16 inch FQHBs saddle of similar quality. Will not trade for synthetic.
$300 + shipping. Shipping will be via parcel post and should cost around $30 to most places in the US. International shipping not available, sorry. I accept paypal, checks, and post office money orders. I will not ship before the check or money order clears my bank, which can take up to 10 days.
Lots of pictures can be seen here: https://picasaweb.google.com/1018585...eat=directlink
Err! If only those jockeys weren't suede.
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They do look kind of weird, but they really help hold you in the saddle!
This is a nice looking saddle - if only it had Semi-Quarter Horse Bars! The mustangs I ride don't fit Full QHB very well.
Is the fleecing in good shape? And how much do you think it weighs?
I am not sure how much it weighs, but its pretty light for a leather western saddle. The fleeces is in really good shape.
Nice looking saddle QHD, love the old Hereford's. If I were in the market for another, I'd definitely snatch it up. Would be great for colt starting!
Okay so a couple of people have looked at this saddle and are saying they think its actually semi quarter horse bars. I have it on consignment and apparently the tag they put on it says its regular qh bars. What's the difference between regular and full? And how do I tell if its semi? I don't want to mislead anybody.
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Usually...And I say usually because every brand of saddle could have different meanings of what FULL QH bars are as opposed to semi and regular.
Full QH - 7"
Regular QH - 6-1/2"
Semi QH - 6"
And yes...That 1/2" can make all the difference between a great, trustworthy horse and your butt in the dirt. ;-)
bumping this up!
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