SADDLE MAINTENANCE

 

CLEANING & TIPS

  • DYED SADDLES

Dyed saddles may be treated with a mild leather oil or saddle soap.

  • ENDURANCE SADDLES

Smooth endurance leather saddle seats may be cleaned with saddle soap or wiped with mild soap and water.

  • OILED SADDLES

Oiled saddles may be treated with a mild leather oil or saddle soap

approximately once every 6 months.

  • STAINED SADDLES

Australian wax should be used for saddles that have been colored using stain.

  • SUEDE SEATS

Suede seats may be brushed to clean, or if suede is worn down, a light grade sandpaper may be used to bring suede texture back, then go over with a brush (Horse grooming brushes are excellent for this).

  • OTHER TIPS

  • 1/2" - 1" Pads are recommended for use with SS saddles.
     

  • It is recommended to keep sleeves covering stirrup strap buckles if saddle has straps only (no fenders).
     

  • It is not recommended to store your saddle standing up with horn on the ground and a heavy saddle pad hanging over the back skirt.
     

  • Do not try to fold your saddle in half, this will result in a seat crease and will require pad replacement to repair.

 

REPAIR

Contact us if you're interested in having your Sports Saddle repaired.

$50 • New Chaps (Non Floral)

$75 • Cleaning

$150 • Rebraiding Of Horn /Horn Cap

$50 • Rigging Re-Sewn

$100 • Re-Stain/Dye

$350 • Seat Reinforcement (New Rubber,New Fleece)

$475 • Cantle Replacement

$500 • Pommel Replacement

$500 • Rigging Replacement

 • Pad Replacement (No Longer Available)

$100  Extra Fee If Any Saddle But Ours (Including Circle Y)