Product Name: Billy Cook Trail Saddle
Advertised Price: Regular price: $1,767.99 down to $1,145.29
Seat Size: 14” to 16”
There are several Billy Cook Saddle Trail Saddles. They are made with the trail rider in mind who is out on the route for the extended journey. The stirrups and seat are made to assure more comfort while riding up and down those hills and byways. You can see a variety of trail saddles available at
This link shows one trail saddle, but others are available as well, click around to find the one to your liking.
The trail saddles come in a variety of colors; Pecan. Faxum, Light Chocolate, Natural Gold, Rich Pecan, and Rich Natural.
What I Like:
Some things to like about these saddles are that they are made in America in Sulpher, Oklahoma. In fact, it is stated that the only real Billy Cook saddles are made in this Oklahoma city. There are other saddle makers out there selling these saddles, but to be sure you are getting the real deal, make sure the saddle you are purchasing comes from Sulpher, Oklahoma.
What I Didn’t Like:
I can’t find anything not to like except I would like to own one sometime down the trail. These particular saddles would be too big for my mare. She is pretty little and petite.
Who Is This Product For?
The Billy Cook Trail Saddles are for anyone who wants to be out there riding the range and pathways or the mountain trails. I’ve read comments about how comfortable the seat is with its soft seat. One review likened it to a recliner chair in the living room. It’s that snug and cozy.
With the different colors to choose from, the saddle is pretty and the hand tooling enhances its good looks. You will look good and so will your horse. This is a saddle to be proud of in appearance and craftsmanship.
When a saddle is as comfy as your living room recliner and makes you sit tall and your horse prance and everyone is staring with a bit of envy, what can you say? I’d say it’s time to climb aboard and head for the nearest mountain trail or ride along the beach or maybe out in the desert among the cactus. I give it a big thumbs up.
Here’s another Billy Cook saddle
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