Reining Saddles

BALANCED RIDE ROUGHOUT
BALANCED RIDE ROUGHOUT
Item# ACT-291-398
Regular price: $2,170.00
Sale price: $1,844.50
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Reining Saddles


  • Tree: Fiber-Tough Reiner
  • Seat: 15.5" or 16” Rust suede
  • Cantle: 3”, Cheyenne roll, Stainless lacing with scalloped overlay
  • Horn: Short thin, braided Rawhide
  • Rigging: Close contact, all leather and rawhide rigging wraps around horse’s sides for extremely close contact.
  • Finish: Natural roughout
  • Trim: Antique Barbed wire with Silver flank slot.
  • Stirrups: 2”, Rawhide Bell, hand laced
  • Weight: 40 lbs.

    The Balanced Ride Roughout is a top Reiner designed with the professional rider in mind. Built on a durable Fiber-Tough tree this all roughout saddle is rugged and functional from its all leather wrap around rigging, hand braided Rawhide horn, scalloped cantle with Rawhide binder and Stainless lacing and quick adjusting stirrup leathers.

    Reining Saddles

    Another way all horses are created equal in reining is that reining horses can be any breed, sex, color or size and are not required by the NRHA to be registered with a breed association. The only requirement is that each horse has a competition license that is issued by the NRHA before it can compete in an NRHA Approved Event. In 1998 Reining became the sixth discipline approved by the United States Equestrian Team. In 1999 Reining made its debut at the Bayer/USET Festival of Champions, the first time a western discipline has been included as a competitive equestrian sport. Whizard Jac, owned by Bill and Dawn Pohl, & rider Mike Flarida made history by winning the $100,00 Cosequin/USET Reining, becoming the first horse and rider team to win a gold medal in reining. The next goal is to be approved as an Olympic Event.


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