Cutting Saddles

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Cutting Saddles

  • Tree: Fiber-Tough Ranch Cutter
  • Seat: 15-1/2”, 16-1/2” or 17-1/2” Maroon glove tan
  • Cantle: 3” Cheyenne roll mtooled to match
  • Horn: Medium tall cutter style with Rawhide binder.
  • Rigging: Full double, dropped-front Stainless steel.
  • Finish: Pecan oil with hand stamped Carlos tooling and rope tooled border. Smoothout withm cut-away skirts and long leather strings.
  • Trim: Hand engraved Silver conchos.
  • Stirrups: 2” Rawhide Bell, hand laced.
  • Weight: 40 lbs.

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    The Salem Ranch Cutter is another in Saddlesmith’s new line of Ranch saddles. The oversized cut-away skirts are accented with hand stamped Carlos border tooling with rope border. The extra heavy Stainless dee rigging features dropped front dees for less bulk and closer contact. Engraved Silver conchos and long leather strings adds to this saddle’s Cowboy appeal.

    Cutting Saddles

    “When the cow runs and stops, the horse has to run and stop and, when the cow turns, the horse has to mirror the cow and make the same kind of turn or even a more aggressive turn, which derives more points,” Richard Herr, a horse trainer in Gainesville, Texas, says. That’s a lot of action, all crammed into a short two minutes riding a cutting saddles.

    In order to do this kind of work, these horses must be in excellent physical condition. “Basically every muscle in their body is used while they are working the cow,” Al Dunning, a cutting horse trainer in Scottsdale, Ariz., says. “There’s probably not another equine athlete that expends this kind of energy in such a small amount of time.”

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