16" Handmade Todd Jeys Ranch Cutting Saddle No Reserve!
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Sold Date: 03/24/2008
Channel: Online Auction
Category: Ethnic, Folk & Native American Art
is a great 16"ranch cutting saddle handmade by one of the better saddle makers in Texas, Todd Jeys. Tod has been building on his own since 2004 and has quite a following with the ranch cowboys and cutters. Before he opened his own shop in 2004 he ran the shop for his Uncle at Coats Saddlery in San Angelo Texas w his shop is now. This one has a 16" seat, 13" swells, 3" horn with a 2 1/2" cap and a 3" cantle. The gullet is about 6 3/4"s wide. It is broke in just right and not hurt in any way. The tree is 100% tight and the sheepskin lining is in very good like new condition. It is tooled with Todds triple border pattern. It has a full double rigging and will really sit a horse nice. It comes complete with new latigos and new strings. The saddle has just been cleaned and oiled and that has darkened it up some. It was still pretty light before that. The strings are new and need a lite oiling to darken them more like the saddle.This saddle is very heavy made and will last you a lifetime! These saddles sell new in the store for $2850. Very nice saddle selling with no reserve! Please email with any questions and check my other auctions for more handmade bits, spurs, saddles, and other cowboy gear.
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