Used Sadddle Pick of the Week: 16″ Wilford Lewis Roping Saddle
The “Used Saddle Pick of the Week”
Every week we scour the Internet searching for a particularly juicy bargain on a high quality used western saddle and feature it here on the WSG Saddle Blog. The saddles featured are listed for sale on ebay as of the date of the post. Checking out our Picks each week will give you some great insight into buying used saddles. Make sure to click through to actual listing to see all of the photos and description from the seller.
Checking out our Picks each week will give you some great insight into buying used saddles. Make sure to click through to the actual listing to see all of the photos and description from the seller.
The Western Saddle Guide is not the seller of the saddles featured and does not make any representations about them. We encourage all potential buyers to do their own due diligence on the seller and the saddle before purchasing.
Last week’s Pick, a really nice 16″ Leddy Ranch/Cutting Saddle, generated a lot of action with 14 bids and a selling price of $1,197.95.
This week we’ve discovered a saddle for sale from a maker you probably haven’t heard of – Wilford Lewis. Lewis is out of Hereford, Texas and comes from a long line of saddle makers. Wilford died in 2007 but his sons are carrying on the tradition of quality saddle making.
This is a beautifully designed and balanced roping saddle. It has a rawhide-covered wood tree, 16 inch suede seat, and 7 inch gullet. The floral tooling over the majority of the saddle is gorgeous and the added touch of coin conchos gives it even more flair.
The seller has included a good variety of photos so that you can really examine the saddle.
This is a well crafted and very handsome saddle. As of this writing, there are only two bids and a current high bid of $229.16. This one is definitely worth taking a look at.
We present the Saddle Blog’s Used Saddle of the Week:
Check out other used saddles for sale in our tack shop.