Barrel Saddles

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Barrel Saddles

  • Tree: Armor-Tex, Connie Combs All-Around.
  • Seat: 14 or 15 Chocolate suede.
  • Cantle: 4, Cheyenne roll with Rawhide binder, Stainless lacing and tooled overlay.
  • Horn: 3, Heavy duty with Muleskin wrap.
  • Rigging: Full double Stainless steel dees.
  • Finish: Natural gold with hand carved Floral corner tooling, and roughout seat jockey and fenders with rope border tooling.
  • Trim: Antique Silver Texas Star conchos.
  • Stirrups: 2 Rawhide Bell, hand laced.
  • Weight: 40 lbs.

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    The Connie Combs All-Around features include an Armor-Tex All Around tree, oversized cutaway skirts, heavy duty roping horn with Muleskin wrap, roughout seat jockey and fenders, Rawhide bell stirrups and Antique Texas Star conchos.The 11 time World Champion Barrel Racer Connie Combs has teamed up with Saddlesmith to produce a truly unique all around saddle.

    Barrel Saddles

    Barrel Racing Basics Barrel racing is a timed rodeo event, where the fastest time is what matters most. Cowgirls compete in the arena against each other and the clock.

    Barrel racing is about cooperation between horse and rider. Because of the competition and money involved, finding a good horse is very important to the competitors. A top of the line barrel horse can cost up to $50,000.

    For the barrel racing event, the arena is cleared and three barrels are set up at different marked locations. The riders then enter the arena at full speed, quickly rounding each barrel in a cloverleaf pattern and then exiting where they entered. A stopwatch or timer is used registering down to a hundredth of a second.

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