Make Your Own Saddle Stand

March 24, 2007 by  
Filed under Hall of Fame, Resources

I’ve received quite a few requests from folks looking for plans for building a saddle stand. I’m no carpenter, but I think I found a set of plans for a stand that even I could build. And better yet, they only cost about nine bucks.

The plans come with color photos, complete assembly instructions, and a cardboard template. You provide the wood and a few basic tools and you can have a stand that will hold 300lbs or more (depending on the wood) made in less than an hour.

The photo shows an example of a stand built from the plans in pine. Pretty nifty.

Mark, of LilWoodHorse.com, created the plans and he can either email or snail mail them to you.

Check out Mark’s plans: Saddle Stand Plans

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One Response to “Make Your Own Saddle Stand”
  1. Hi Folks,
    Just wanted to let all of you know that the LILWOODHORSE Saddle Rack is about the simplest build you can do if you follow my plans. Step by step, picture by picture, cut by cut, I take you through the whole thing from beginning to end. Sturdy and built to last!!
    You don’t have to be a carpenter at any level to build one, I have had youngsters building them for their 4H projects!!
    Please come and check us out on the web at http://www.lilwoodhorse.com or search for LILWOODHORSE on Ebay. I hope to hear from you soon!

    Thanks Beth for this wonderful write up!! I love your website!!

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