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Saddlery and Harness
Horses require saddles and harnesses when ridden by their owners or other riders. Saddlery includes all of the components of a saddle, which is essentially a leather seat for the rider that goes over the horse’s back. The harness is comprised of a series of collars and straps that the rider uses to rein in a horse or otherwise control its behavior or direction. Saddlery and harness shops sell these pieces of equipment, along with riding gear, bridles, tack, and general equestrian supplies. Since it takes a lot of equipment and supplies to house, feed, maintain and groom an equine, saddlery and harness providers sell a wide range of products suited to the equestrian. These include English and Western saddles, bits, dressage, and grooming products, like brushes. Horses are frequently used in racing, as well as competitions. For this, you will need jumps, barriers, and other equipment within the arena. Typical customers of saddlery and harness shops include stables, racing arenas, farms and ranches, and private horse owners. Many manufacturers of saddles and harnesses make custom products for their customers shoes and crops to leather chaps and bridles. They may also provide repair on the items they sell. They often feature sales on supplies such as tack, riding gear, and equine care products, such as feed and first aid supplies. Many of the basic supplies sold by saddlery and harness stores haven’t changed much in function from the early days of riding horses. Saddles, harnesses, shoes, and reins have been used to tame and ride these versatile animals for many years. The first saddles, thought to have come into existence around 800 BC, were simple pads, and weren't paired with stirrups until hundreds of years later.
 
 
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Ross Saddlery
6415 Sr 1, Saint Joe, IN 46785
Full service Saddle shop. Custom western saddles to order. Western saddle and tack repair. Saddle making instruction, leathercarving lessons. Wallets, checkbook covers, belts, chaps, bridles, reins
(260) 337-5607
Troyer's Saddlery and Carriage Company
280 E North Village Dr Ste A, Shipshewana, IN 46565
(260) 768-7135
Shipshewana Harness & Supplies
815 N Van Buren St, Shipshewana, IN 46565
(260) 768-7254
Seybert Harness
4510 W 450 N, Shipshewana, IN 46565
(260) 562-1064
Miller's Saddlery
61925 E County Line Rd, Goshen, IN 46528
(574) 642-4832
Clearview Harness Shop
70151 County Road 17, New Paris, IN 46553
(574) 831-4535
J B's Harness & Sales
29902 County Road 56, Nappanee, IN 46550
(574) 773-5434
Al-Bar Ranch Inc
55345 Fir Rd, Mishawaka, IN 46545
(574) 259-1188
Saddle Shop The
9727 4b Rd, Bremen, IN 46506
(574) 936-5942
Horse Saddle Shop
1205 W Plymouth St Ste C, Bremen, IN 46506
(574) 546-2206
Horseshoe Hill Leather Inc
10938 S 450 E, Claypool, IN 46510
(260) 839-4451
Western Breed The Inc
10010 E Michigan Ave, Galesburg, MI 49053
(269) 665-9051
Rick's Tack & Supply Shop
44027 68th St, Hartford, MI 49057
(269) 621-3069
Stony Ridge Horse Wear
30729 State Road 2, New Carlisle, IN 46552
(574) 654-7388
Running R Tack Shop
1511 E Montgomery Rd, Hillsdale, MI 49242
(517) 254-4397


Saddlery and harness experts are often sought out by horse riders and ranchers. On this article, it's discussed how you can find and select the most ideal professionals for your specific needs and requirements. If you're currently not familiar with terminology such as leather crop rein equipment, horse riding, equestrian product manufacturer, animal bridle maker, equine store discount rates, new and used horse racing product specials, cheap horse shoe, farm supplies, custom jump materials, bridle repair shop fees and tack supplies, then you may want to utilize the Internet to get better acquainted with saddlery and harness equipment for horses. First of all you should realize that there are going to be various dealers and manufacturers to choose from. On the bright side, you don't have to have a horse tack and repair shop located in your hometown. You can attain custom equestrian supplies and great assistance on the web. It's always smart to pull up a variety of equine product websites in the beginning. This will give you a pretty good idea of what these bridle materials and used riding supplies cost in general. However, before you purchase from a horse harness shop of discount leather store, you'll want to investigate the company's background to learn more. On the web, you can probably find out who all they're affiliated with fairly quickly and how long they've been in the equestrian supply industry. A convenient email address and telephone number should be located on their official website's contact page. Use this to contact them with queries.
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