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1859 Saddle For Sale

Discussion in 'Sutlers & Soldiers Classified Ads' started by Miss Amy, Jun 19, 2006.

  1. Miss Amy

    Miss Amy Cadet

    Mar 27, 2006
    1859 Federal McClellan saddle made with heavy black harness leather. The tree is modern and covered with rawhide.The hooded wooden stirrups have a 3" tread and leather toe guards. Brass mortise shield plates on the cantle and pommel. Black steel dees, rings, staples, footman stands, buckles, and saddle bag stud.

    Less than 3 years old, just getting broken in. 11 1/2 inch seat (average size) w/ wide quaterhorse tree. This tree will fit a wide - flat backed horse - it fits my Irish draft and some of our Quaterhorses, but is too wide for our appendix type Quaterhorses and our TB. It may fit an arab or a morgan.

    It is a nice comfortable saddle, in very good condition, but does not fit the horses my husband is now campaining.

    Asking $800.00.

    Miss Amy

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