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Ranch Saddles For Sale

The term "ranch saddle" refers to a Western type of saddle built for ranch use. They are designed for long hours of riding, durability, and to handle the stress placed on a horse and saddle when roping. You might also like: roping saddles.


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Below are ranch saddles for sale from HorseSaddleShop.com (aka eSaddles) and eBay.

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What's in a name......

Who Is HorseSaddleShop / eSaddles? In case you haven't heard of them, HorseShaddleShop (aka eSaddles) is one of the largest saddle dealers in the country. HorseSaddleShop and eSaddles are the same business, located in Bremen, IN with two different websites. They both use the "DailyEquine" logo.

Ranch Saddle Riggings

Thanks to the needs of the working cowboy, riggings on most ranch saddles today are either "full-rigged," "7/8 rigged," or "3/4 rigged." This means that the front cinch is farther forward toward the front of the saddle than an older style of rigging called "center fire." Full-rigged, 7/8 rigged, and 3/4 rigged saddles are designed to handle the force and stress of roping, both on the saddle and on the horse.

Saddles made and used in the generations before the working cowboy often had riggings that were center-fire rigged, which placed the front cinch farther back, closer toward the center of the horse's belly.

Below: The blue line is illustrating that the front cinch is close to the front of the saddle.

Ranch saddle rigging

Since the front cinch on a ranch saddle is fairly far forward, a ranch saddle will often also have a a second cinch, called a "back cinch" toward the back of the saddle. A back cinch prevents the back of the saddle from rising up when roping or riding in rough country. A saddle with a front and back cinch is often called a double-rigged saddle.

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