Reining Saddles

STILLWATER REINER - Simco
STILLWATER REINER - Simco
Item# ACT-291-387
Regular price: $2,460.00
Sale price: $2,091.00
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Reining Saddles


  • Tree: Fiber-Tough Reiner.
  • Seat: 15" 16 or 17 Chocolate suede.
  • Cantle: 3, Rawhide Cheyenne roll.
  • Horn: Short post, braided Rawhide.
  • Rigging: Full double, dropped-front stainless steel.
  • Finish: Natural roughout with hand stamped Mission
  • Cross border tooling. Shaped jockey, backhousing and cut-away skirts.
  • Trim: Hand engraved Silver trim and mock billet.
  • Stirrups: 3 Deep Roper, tooled to match.
  • Weight: 40 lbs.

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    The Stillwater Reiner is our newest Show Reiner featuring roughout leather with large Butterfly skirts. Extra heavy Stainless steel dees with a dropped front yield less bulk under the fenders and closer contact. Show styling includes hand stamped, wide Mission Cross border tooling, hand engraved Silver trim with mock flank billets and Silver Futurity tips.

    Reining Saddles

    There are ten NRHA approved patterns containing required maneuvers, including small slow circles, large fast circles, flying lead changes, roll backs over the hocks, 360 degree spins, and the very exciting sliding stops. In reining and reining saddles,all horses are created equal as they all begin the competition with a score of 70. The horse can either plus or minus 1/2 to 1 1/2 points on each maneuver in the reining pattern. The above statement is the basis of all scoring with credit being given for smoothness, finesse, attitude, quickness and authority of performing various maneuver, while using controlled speed, which raises the degree of difficulty. Penalties of 0 to 5 points also accrue for incorrect maneuvres, and going off pattern will result in the dreaded Zero. 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.

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