Saddle Ordering Main Page
Saddles are merely "a sum of their parts". Therefore I can build anything because I can order literally every component that makes up a saddle! If you want a barrel saddle or a reining saddle, or a trail saddle, or a roping saddle, or an endurance saddle, or a cowhorse or cutting saddle or a wade or ranch saddle~ I have it!!!!
And together, you and I can design it!
So, call me & lets get started designing your dream saddle today! You will be surprised how affordable your dream saddle can be through Right Fit Saddlery!
Use the PayPal button below to make your $600.00 deposit
How to order your Custom Built Saddle:
1, Print the order form
If you need assistance with understanding and/or completing the ordering process please feel free to contact me so I can clear any confusion that may arise throughout the process because it is quite involved.
You will need to email completed form to: email@example.com
2. Choose the model of saddle you want & click the red order form for that model of saddle. Next- click the red button next to it to select the saddle tree. Then at the bottom of that page there is a red arrow at the bottom right of all the pages that will connect to the next option on your order form.
3. Fill in your choices as you follow the line items down the order form. If you need to go back to change an option you will need go to the MAIN MENU at the top of the each page and select "SADDLE OPTIONS" from the Main Menu Bar.
This menu is at the top of every page, so you can refer to it to go back to any page.
At the bottom of each page is a red arrow to take you to the next page of options, if you want to use that instead.
The Saddle Gallery will also help you make choices because there are pictures of completed saddles.
4. If you would like to choose your own saddle tree that you feel best fits your horse but require a little more education on the different fits Equi-fit offers in their 9 basic bar fits. Go to: Saddle trees to read the descriptions offered Steele Equi-Fit only offers the basic 9 to the public. I offer 26 Equi-Fit saddle trees if you want assistance.
If you've had a fitting performed by another saddle fitter that has recommended an Equi-Fit tree, I can order it & build a saddle for you. If you already own a saddle tree, I can build a saddle using your tree.
5. Click here-"LimitedConsult" to go to my saddle fitting page to read about the saddle fitting consultations that I offer.
Follow the steps and email or screen shot the completed form and use the payment button to send payment for the service and I will assist you with suggesting suitable trees to fit your horse after I review your pictures.
I have been saddle fitting in this way for a long time. I am good at what I do.
The Trail Saddle
Approx. Saddle Weight: 24-28lbs
#200 THE TRADITIONAL
SINGLE SKIRT OR DOUBLE SKIRT with or without rear dees
#300 double skirt
#300 single skirt no rear dees
The Scamper Trail #300B single skirt
The B indicates Bar Skirt which means there is just enough leather to cover the saddle tree.
The Scamper Trail #300BD double skirt
B= bar skirt D= double layers on skirt
THE OREGON #400 double skirt
The Oregon #400 single skirt
25L single skirt or 26L double skirt
Our wade tree can be ordered Heavy duty for roping or fiberglas covered as a light weight trail or western dressage saddle.
Saddle comes with leather latigos, a rear cinch assembly and rear dees
Light weight is inskirt rigged
Your saddle tree has to be built. You have a few important choices to make that will affect the appearance as well as the performance and weight of of your saddle.
Each Model offers a selection of horn and swell that is appropriate for that discipline. If you wish to change it there will be an upgrade fee of $25.00. The horns page offers a 2nd choice on the HORNS Page
The cantles are your choice completely and there is no upgrade fee because I realize that the cantle is of great importance to your comfort and security. Therefore, you will want to choose one from the Cantle options page and write it on your form along with your seat size.
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