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Repair & Restore Your Prized Old Saddle

 

August 2012 issue

 

     Good custom saddles cost thousands of dollars and last a very long time. However, after many years of hard use, your custom saddle may benefit from restoration by a master.

     Repairing or restoring a well-used saddle can be tricky, as expert dismantling and rebuilding may be required. Custom saddlemaker Robert Beall has 35 years’ experience building and repairing custom saddles, and he knows how to treat your priceless possession with respect and knowledge.  

 

Repair & Restore Your Prized Old Saddle at Big Creek Saddlery

     “We can restore even that 50-year-old saddle to its original shape,” explains Beall. “We replace the lining with genuine sheepskin, repair or replace stirrup and rigging leathers and clean and oil the leather to bring back pliability and resilience.”

     Help your old saddle look like new again and look forward to many more years of use.

            Schedule your saddle repair and/or restoration: contact Bob Beall & Sons at Big Creek Saddlery, 407 Curlew Orchard Road , Victor , MT ; 406-642-3127.

 

 

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