Double Saddle Hanging Rack

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Double Saddle Hanging Rack


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Product Summary:

Double Hanging Saddle Rack
Sturdy 16-gauge heat-treated tubular steel and steel bar rack holds 2 saddles.

Light-weight and easy to move from place to place.  Easily hooks over a board fence, trailer gate, even the front of a pick-up bed or tail gate.

Accomodates English or Western saddles.

Color: Black

Size: Overall height 18". Width 15 1/2". Distance between racks 12 1/2". Distance between hooks 11" Extends from wall 22".

Single Hanging Saddle Rack- #WLR14

Product Reviews by Customers

Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 15 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by great product I love this holder. it's very light weight, sturdy, and you can hang it anywhere. I am impressed with this product and the price. March 4, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Love these !! I purchesed two of these a couple of years ago and they have held up very well. Holds my heavy western saddles and then some. After two years there is also no rust !! I love these as I can take them anywhere and hang them on fences, in my trailer, or in the barn. Thanks for a great affordable product that has already lasted a couple of years and I'm sure they will last many more. January 5, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by good buy I bought this to hang in the front of my new trailer that has a dividing wall. After using foam pipe insulation so as not to scratch the paint this rack works out perfectly..and the price was right! March 19, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by LOVE IT I board - we have several kids and horses and needed something to easily mount on the wall - so We built a 2x4 "fence" that hangs on the wall and has room for 4 of these saddle racks. The kids are able to get to what they need and the equipment is put up and taken care of. the price is right because even with lumber and hardware for the fence how would anybody be able to buy a saddle rack for 8 saddles and 16 halter/ bridles and 8 helmets for $120. February 22, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by So nice and convient I love this saddle rack! I recently used it at youth show and im so glad I had it. it holds my big western show saddle, pads, and even clothes. its very easy to get saddles on and off with plenty of room for 2 western saddles. the price is great. its so worth it. I would reccomend it to anyone November 20, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Exelent value for the money I LOVE this product! I have an Australian, Western, and English saddle, as well as a TON of saddle pads, and I can fit all three saddles and most of the pads on this rack! It is VERY durable, easy to hang on a wall, or trailer, and handy for shows, gymkhana events, etc. I bought a second, to hold saddle pads, my bareback pad, and other misc. Well worth the money, and a fantastic value for the money! My barn manager was so impressed, she bought a couple for herself! October 3, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great for boarders! I am just getting settled into college and brought along my mare. No drilling holes in their stall fronts (can't say I blame them considering there are no permanent or long term boarders). I like the wooden ones with the O rings that collapse for outside the stall, but not an option. This lets me set down my saddle quick with out putting it on the floor, I dry my saddle pad upside down on top of the saddle and hang her SMB boots on the bottom rack after a good work out. Whenever I wash her boots, halter, or polos I use this as a drying rack. I bought those screw in plastic bucket hooks and had my boyfriend put a self tapping screw into the end of each rack for bridles, halters, etc. (A nice upgrade for $5.00) The worst thing about this... The ends that I hang over the stall side don't have a rubber coating or something for the blunt ends. I always worry about a horse poking out an eye or something. I just put some electrical tape (looks better then duct tape) over the ends. Cheap and simple but it works! September 19, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Super product! I'm very happy with this saddle rack. It holds both of my Western saddles very well and is sturdy. The price is great too. Thank you,! August 24, 2011
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I bought one a few weeks ago to try and it worked so good I needed another!
Rebecca S on Nov 14, 2015
easy to use. well built.
Edgar S on Sep 20, 2014
It is super sturdy and convenient to use!
Melody H on Aug 3, 2015
Good reviews and I have a tight area
Patricia S on Sep 3, 2014
does this have to be wall mounted?
A shopper on Nov 25, 2014
Best Answer: This will hang on anything that is about the 2 inch side of a two x four. That includes a corra made of pipe. We bought an extra that we keep on the corral panel and carry tack out to it or as my husband does he lifts tack an rack out of the tack Room and put it on the corral panel right next to his horse. It could even hang on their side of some horse trailers or stocktrailers. Great buy for us.
Reply · Report · Deborah K on Nov 27, 2014
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How wide a board can you hand this on?
Debbie W on May 1, 2014
Best Answer: It's actually pretty wide. It could hang on a1.5 to 2 inch board if necessary. And, you should be able to bend it (difficult but doable) if you needed.
Reply · Report · Mykael T on May 1, 2014
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