Tips For Buying Reining Saddles For sale Online
Western Reining saddles for sale may be the most important piece of horse equipment that you own. Choosing the right one can make the difference between winning at the rodeo and falling off while maneuvering around a tight barrel. Consider your own physique along with that of your horse to choose the right used reining saddles for sale near me at Used Horse Saddles Store.
Key considerations when buying a Reining/Bob’s reining saddle
It takes many different parts to make a reining saddle. You may want to think about each of these parts to find the right saddle:
The seat on a Reiner saddle should be rough to provide a better grip. Look for a Reiner saddle with a deep seat so that you stay in the saddle.
Look for a tall, thin horn because it will be easier to grab when making tight turns. Most riders find a horn tilted slightly forward is easier to grab.
Fenders and stirrups:
Flexible, rough fenders allow you to keep your center of balance over your horse. The stirrups should be narrow to help ensure that you do not hit a barrel. Narrow stirrups also make it easier to stand up when getting back into time with your mount.
Choose the style of tree fitting the way your horse is constructed.
Types of Trees For used Reining/ Reiner Saddles
There are so many different styles of trees on Reining saddles or Bob custom reining saddles for sale at Used Horse Saddles Store. The best reining saddle’s tree is the base that holds everything together. Different makers use different styles of trees. Manufacturers follow no absolutes when making saddle trees. The most common types include:
These trees, like those found on some Circle Y saddles, have very little top slope and straight sides.
Olin Young: If you lean into your saddle while going around barrels, then this tree may be for you. These barrel racing saddles have a rounded undercut.
These trees, like those found on some HR Saddlery, have a moderate amount of top slope and a curved undercut to the sides.
These trees, like those found on some saddles made by Rod Nickle, have a lot of slope on the top with an exaggerated curve underside.
These trees, like those found on some barrel racing saddles made by Burns Saddlery and Tenkey’s, round down to the bars. They have a moderate amount of top slope.
Different sizes of Adult Western Reining saddles For Sale
Used reining Saddles come in a variety of sizes. Generally, small people need 14-inch Reiner saddles while the average adult needs 15-inch Reining saddles. Large-boned barrel racers may feel more comfortable in a 16-inch saddle. Riders over 195 pounds may want a 17-inch saddle.
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With a multitude of options to choose from, you’ll find exactly what you’re looking for at Used Horse Saddles Store. No matter what design of saddle discipline you are seeking, you can make your next riding experience an unforgettable one when you buy from the Used Horse Saddles Store!