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Hi there! I'm new here and have only owned horses for two months now. I just recently purchased this new saddle from a friend and I'm super curious what kind of saddle it is and how old it is. It doesn't have any kind of numbering on it, only the brand name "Santa Fe Saddlery" on it. Would anyone by any chance know what model this saddle is and how old it is? I would be so grateful! Thank you and stay healthy put there! 20200711_103546_1594487411002.jpg 20200711_103552_1594487418980.jpg
 

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If I got this right...
Your saddle is made for Indian Nation Leather Company from Langley, OK. (918) 782-2726
From what I found they are a importer of equestrian products.
The business has been in business for 45 years and employs 3 people minimum in a 8,900 square foot facility.
If you contacted the business at that phone number and sent them the picture of the saddle, if it is one of theirs sold they should be able to tell you its history of style and possibly age.

Maybe a ranch/all-around saddle with the flatter seat, higher narrow horn not wrapped for roping use..
With no saddle strings and no apparent extra d-rings to tie things on not sure I would think a trail saddle...
Other than that, it looks like a nice saddle...enjoy it.
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If I got this right...
Your saddle is made for Indian Nation Leather Company from Langley, OK. (918) 782-2726
From what I found they are a importer of equestrian products.
The business has been in business for 45 years and employs 3 people minimum in a 8,900 square foot facility.
If you contacted the business at that phone number and sent them the picture of the saddle, if it is one of theirs sold they should be able to tell you its history of style and possibly age.

Maybe a ranch/all-around saddle with the flatter seat, higher narrow horn not wrapped for roping use..
With no saddle strings and no apparent extra d-rings to tie things on not sure I would think a trail saddle...
Other than that, it looks like a nice saddle...enjoy it.
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Thank you so much! I really do appreciate it!! ❤
 
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