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    Post horn saddle

    Slick fork tree,16" seat,Wood post horn,4 1/2" x 11" wide cantle,7/8s skirt rigged.Half breed,the ruff is stamped with a carlos border and the smooth is carved with a acorn pattern
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    Make it hand made not look home made

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    Steve,
    This saddle looks good. Not too fancy, but stylish. You really achieved some deep impressions on your jockeys, looks real good. You ought to post the jockey picture on the blog we discussed about lacing jockeys.
    Ron

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    Steve,
    Rereading through the site, I just noticed that this saddle is very similar in design to one that I just started. Can you tell me how you attached the rear dee? Since it appears that your skirts are full pocket on the top for the inskirt design, which mine will be, how do you reduce bulk at the mid button when attaching the dee?
    Thanks, Ron
    Last edited by rllawson; 08-13-2012 at 11:24 AM. Reason: spelling

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