Wrangler Saddles Prices here are the same as the Bob Marshall Saddlery in Kentucky.
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So, just what is the Wrangler? A Wragnler is any one of the trail riders seen on the "trail" page but with certain features changed as oulined below.
*Especially nice for your gaited horses.
Mini-Slide Bar Rigging
While riders typically have no problem with regular rigging, the slide bar allows the rider to get their legs a bit more forward if they want to.
-14” to 17” seats -Slick fork pommel with a 2.5" horn. Go to the photo gallery, trail section and view pictures #41 and #42 to see what this pommel looks like.
-5" cantle w/dished out seat (for more comfort and seat security)
-New slide bar rigging
-Front conchos & one set rear conchos.
-Large cinch D rings (Same size D that is used for the standard stirrup strap rigging.)
-Larger utility D rings at cantle.
-Crupper ring and standard front D's as on all the trail riders
Sizing: The scooped out cantle allows about 1/2" more wiggle room in the saddle. For example, if you already have a 16" Sport Saddle Trail Rider and order a 16" Wranger, it will fit about 1/2" bigger due to the scooped out cantle. So you may want to go with a 15.5" Wrangler which would be approximatley equivalent to a 16" non-Wrangler trail rider.