16 in Lamb Roper Saddle w/pad and bridle - The Horse Forum
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16 in Lamb Roper Saddle w/pad and bridle

This is a quality American made Roper saddle with a hide covered wood tree. It is a lighter to medium oil with a suede seat. The fleece underside is in near perfet condition. The tree is a Full QH bar tree and will fit most moderate to wide backed horses, gullet measures 6 3/4". This saddle comes with a quality, barely used pad, a Champion Turf headstall & split reins, a Tom Thumb bit with curb chain, a back cinch (missing one billet though), and what looks like a basket stamped tie down strap. All accessories shown in the first photo.

There are some scratches on the left jockey. I have a close up picture showing the damage. This does not effect the use of the saddle and is not visible with a rider aboard. There are also some slight water spots on the right had rear skirt, barely noticable. They should fade with cleanings.

Price is $600, plus $45 shipping. I can take Paypal, Credit Card, or Money Order. The saddle is located in North Little Rock, Arkansas, and is available for local pick up anywhere in the Central Arkansas area.

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