Martin Saddlery Ranch Cutter Saddle

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Product Summary:

Martin Saddlery Ranch Cutter Saddle

Designed for versatility and comfort with a classic cowboy look and style, the Martin Ranch Cutter is a saddle you can ride all day. With a horn strong enough for roping and a narrow, comfortable seat, the Ranch Cutter is perfect in the arena or at home on the ranch.

Horn is shaped to allow the rider to hold on while cutting a cow, and strong enough to dally or tie on when roping.

Fenders move freely, allowing the rider to get his feet forward for cutting or turning a cow down the fence, and lets him stand up to rope.

Great crossover saddle from ranch work to the show pen to the performance arena with a Narrow, comfortable ground seat and stylish design that fits multiple disciplines and multiple uses.
Mini basket tooling with camouflage border.  Hard roughout seat with strings and Hamley twist included.
  • Gullet Width: 6.5"
  • Cantle Height 3.5"
  • Dee rigging
Item Specifications:
Saddle Weight - 38lbs - 40lbs
Skirt Length - 27" - 28"

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does this saddle come with 3/4 or adjustable rigging ?
A shopper on Apr 26, 2015
Best Answer: Dee rigging
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Do you have other sizes?
A shopper on Dec 26, 2015
Best Answer: This saddle is available in either 16 or 16.5 seat.
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