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Looking for Beater english saddles

I have been fiddling around with english saddle repair, from redying, to replacing knee rolls, and now I have a seat tear staring me in the eye.

However, to become confident in my skills, I would like to have a few more victims.

So I am looking for beater english saddles, I would ideally like to pay less than $25 or 2 pairs of fuzzy reins + shipping. As I am still a full time college student, that really should focus all income on books and tuition, not buying beater saddles :p My mother would not approve... ha.
I can pick up in MN or WI.

If repaired saddles don't look hideous - they will be sold locally. Half the profit goes directly to Nokota Horse Conservancy, The Nokota Horse Conservancy, as a lump sum at the end of the year.


Here are my most recent projects:
Before:

After:


and....
This bad boy had crunchy knee rolls... grossest thing ever IMHO.
Before

After (not the greatest picture, I was really excited at 1am when I finished)
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