SADDLE TREES

                         

For those customers who do not desire a saddle fitting prior ordering a custom saddle, If you would like a little  assistance

please consider a Limited Consult so I get what I need to make a tree recommendation. 

                                          Choices for Standard Tree:

XB      basically the same as the FQHB  D bar fit that Crates and               Rocking R used.,  with the exception that the front bar pad is not as large & is flatter to fit a horse that is full behind the shoulder.  

RF      Slightly less curve front to back than the XB and more flare on front bar tips. Having flat bar pads for maximum surface contact. 

 The above 2 trees are my "go to" saddle trees that fit the widest variety of horses.  the XB is the curvier of the 2 trees. 

FQHB 6.75″, 7″,  7.25″ GW- 92 Degree bar angle, average curvature front to back and  sufficient front bar flare  the  average shoulders. (more generous than many other brands of FQHB trees). The bar pads are rounded front  and rear with flare on the tips.

This is the same saddle tree that Crates and Rocking R built their saddles on.

LT (Gaited) std width or + 1/4"GW-  basically the same as the                   FQHB with these differences- a tad more rock front to  rear and a tad more front bar flare

SQHB  std width or + 1/4" GW- 88 degree bar angle, minimal front flare for a narrow/flat and vertical shouldered horse having minimal front  to back curvature.  Suitable for young horses & mules. Also fits a narrower rib caged horse best. 

AW standard width or + 1/4"  GW. This tree fits horses with excessive curvature front to back. Aging horses TB, Friesians, and some drafts. it has a slightly more  horizontal bar over the ribs than the FHQB and has generous front bar flare, and the tips over the loins have been turned up. This tree leans towards fitting horses that     narrow considerably behind the shoulder.

X-  This tree fits most drafts and draft crosses, Friesians, Fjords.Horses having a Wide, flat back, with an upright or progressive shoulder and the spine having some curvature. 

AR-     92 degree bar angle like the FQHB but having less curvature front to back and a less concave front and rear  bar pad. This tree works nicely for reining and collection

I carry 20 additional trees that are all variations and combinations of the above trees . I do not list these trees since they cannot be found anywhere else. There is nothing to compare them to. They are fully custom trees that were made for a specific horse. I carry them and use them in my saddle fitting business. 

 

 

 

 

We have recently added a wade style fork and horn. 

The style I have chosen to offer is a low profile forward leaning fork with a 2.75" horn height with a 3.5" cap.

Your choice of 2 skirt shapes. slimline and a slightly bigger more rounded skirt.

You also have the option of a single or a double skirt in both skirt shapes. 

Single skirt will have the option of a rear slot or a dee hung off the bottom of the skirt in the rear. 

HORN OPTIONS