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TREE: Double covered fiberglass hardwood, 13" front.
GULLET: 6-1/2" wide by 8-1/2" high.
SEAT: 16" One piece full leather.
RIGGING: Full double. Stainless steel. 1-3/4" front tie straps, 1-3/4" double flank billets with 4" flank cinch.
FENDERS: 8" x 18".
STIRRUPS: 3" x 3" leather laced Deep Roper.
FINISH: Southwest Border tooled, heavy oiled Cherry finish.
WEIGHT: Approximately 45 pounds.
Horse riding is very rewarding when safety practices are followed. But maintaining safe working conditions when handling horses cannot be overemphasized. Riders should have a working knowledge of horse behavior so they can anticipate and prevent potential hazardous situations. Horses are easily startled animals by nature, but most accidents can be prevented by using proper handling methods (see MU publication G2878, Safe Ground Handling of Horses). This publication discusses basic riding techniques and provides information on proper saddling, bridling and riding.
Be sure that the horse and rider are suitable for each other. Beginners should ride only calm, dependable horses — preferably older horses — until they are proficient enough to handle more difficult ones.
Your equipment must be adequate for the situation and in good repair. Check the rigging, cinches, latigo straps and billets of your saddle to be sure they are strong and that there is no danger of breaking. Check bridles and reins, especially at stress points, and make sure the leather is strong and supple. Leather that is dry and cracked can break easily.
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