Billy Cook saddles have a storied past but all the history aside you basically have two choices when it comes to purchasing a Billy Cook saddle, you can either purchase one from Billy Cook Maker out of Oklahoma or purchase one from Billy Cook Saddlery out of Texas. The latter is a production saddle maker that competes with the other notable production saddles and they do a pretty darn good job! Billy Cook Saddlery makes a saddle for everyone whether you’re a barrel racer, team penner, roper, cutter, rancher or cowboy and they do it at an affordable price for those of us that can’t afford a custom Kak.
Roanoke RO Ranch Saddle – A No Nonense Workhorse
This saddle is just one of many saddles produced by this saddle company that demonstrates their usability whether you’re a weekend warrior or a serious rancher. I ride a Billy Cook ranch saddle myself and it has served me well over many saddle miles whether working cattle or packing in a string to camp!
Cantle: 4″ Rawhide w/ Stainless Lacing and Scalloped Tooled Overlay
Horn: 4″ Braided Rawhide
Weight 29 lbs.
No Matter What Your Passion Billy Cook Has a Saddle For It!
As I said earlier I have ridden Billy Cook Saddles for years and they are a great alternative to the high price of a fully custom saddle. They offer great utility, hold up to the work and are comfortable to sit. If you haven’t seen anything here that strikes your fancy just follow one of the links to Horse.com and check out their amazing selection and great prices. They offer free shipping on saddles and have a great return policy if you get it home and it just isn’t right for you or your horse.
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Joe is a lifetime horseman and student of the horse. He spent years as a trainer and as a horsemanship clinician. He is also a real estate professional and a former contractor specializing in residential construction.