Some western saddles have an 'offside' billet. Some have a 'double latigo'. Let's explore the differences and what it means for you and your horse.
When it comes to western saddles, you need to know a little something about FENDERS. In this article we cover things like; how to measure your fenders, what size fenders you might need, how to exchange your fenders (handy video tutorial) and other interesting facts.
When you have made the decision on WHICH saddle, next is all the decisions on how it should look. Here are some TOP TIPS on how to design your western saddle from color to tooling and all things in between.
Our very own MacGyver love child, Gretchen Furlong, has found a simple and inexpensive way for you to get handy at changing out your conchos on your western saddle.
Learn about the history of the Guadalajara Saddle Horn. Why it's shaped the way it is and how that makes life on the ranch a little easier.
There may come a time when you need to work out what length western fenders are on your saddle. You may need to replace worn fenders or need to purchase a different size. Watch our HOW TO video on where to place your yardstick or measuring tape and work out which you have.