Martin Saddlery Barrel Racer Saddle

$2,199.99
Regularly: $2,419.99
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14W

$2,199.99

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14.5W

$2,199.99

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Product Summary:

The Martin Barrel Racer is ridden by professional barrel racers such as Kassie Mowry and Dena Kirkpatrick. It offers riders greater security and helps promote confidence. Designed with a deeper seat pocket, the Martin Barrel Racer offers greater stability in the saddle. Perfect for kids and even seasoned riders with strong, powerful horses. It can benefit riders with shorter legs who struggle to maintain balance. The Martin Barrel Racers design helps keep riders in the middle of their saddle and in control of their run.

Designed with more prominent swells to help support and promote proper body position in turns.

Forward angled stirrups help keep the riders feet in front of her center of balance for better body position in the turns. The stirrups are 2” engraved aluminum with rubber tread.

Raised ground padded seat helps prevent the rider from getting thrown forward and increased surface area of the back cantle helps absorb concussion and prevent the rider from being left behind when a horse leaves the barrel.  Roughout fenders and jockey.
 
Gullet:
   Regular Tree - 6 1/2" W x 8 1/4" H
   Wide Tree - 7" W x 8 1/4" H

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Could I order a 13.5" seat with wide tree from your business?
A shopper on May 31, 2015
Best Answer: Unfortunately we just have the 14W and 14.5W available.
Reply · Report · Maria PStaff on Jun 1, 2015
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