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Bigcollar

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Ash and Cherry wood milled from our property. A 1st birthday gift to our grandson.

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Welcome to the forum..

Very nicely done. The Grandson will get a lot of riding in for sure. I really like the pictures of you working on the horse and the shot of the grandson was great...

Thanks for sharing and don't be a stranger to the forum...

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Very nice.  Where did you find a little saddle, that is just perfect. 
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Beautiful work!! I've got the same question as Cindy. Where did you find the saddle? Also, what finish did you use?
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I love it, excellent work.[thumb][wave][thumb] 
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Tony

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Very nice job, like the rest the saddle is awesome.
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Excellent work,really fine craftsmanship
Thanks for sharing

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Beautiful. I love the saddle.
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Bigcollar

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My husband googled "saddles" and found a company in Texas that sold them online.
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Well done and nice set of pictures of the build.
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Very nice build. Love the saddle.

I've got to pull my finger out. I have this plan but haven't built it yet.
My little girl just turned 9 months old....

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Bigcollar
Now there is an heirloom to beat all heirlooms.
Outstanding.
The saddle puts it over the top as well as the bridle.
And to think you were able to purchase the saddle on line - perfect.
I'll have to look into that.

Did you sign and date it?
It is going to be around for many, many years and passed down thru generations.
Thanks for posting.


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