Western Saddle Brand Price Ranges

There are dozens of saddle brands in production today from dozens of manufacturers. On this page, we have compiled a list of many of those brands, with prices and craftsmanship ranging widely.

While we are frequently asked to assign an overall quality grade to each of the brands, there are simply too many variables to assign a number that is useful across all of them. However, the cost of a western saddle is a reliable indicator of its quality.

A sequence of dollar signs ($) next to each brand in the chart below represents an expected price range as indicated in the price key. You will see that some of the bigger brands, like Circle Y, have a wide variety of prices. This chart is considerably more useful for shopping for secondhand saddles, in addition to offering a helpful reference for buying for new saddles.
It is not always easy to tell whether the asking price for a used saddle is reasonable.

Price Range Key

  • $ = Under $500
  • $$ = $500 – $999
  • $$$ = $1000 – $1999
  • $$$$ = $2000 and above
BRAND PRICE RANGE
Billy Cook (Sulphur, OK) $$ – $$$
Abetta $ – $$
Alamo Saddlery $$
Ammerman $$$
Bighorn $ – $$$
Billy Royal $$$ – $$$$
Blue Ridge $ – $$$
Bob Marshall (Treeless) $$$
Bob’s Custom $$$$
Buffalo Saddlery $
Circle S $ – $$
Circle T $
Circle Y $$ – $$$$
Coats Saddlery $$$$
Corriente Saddle Co. $$ – $$$
Court’s Saddlery $$$ – $$$$
Crates $$$ – $$$$
Dakota $$
Dale Chavez $$$$
Double J $$$ – $$$$
Fabtron $$
King Series $
Martin Saddlery $$$$
McCall $$$$
Reinsman $$$
Saddle King $ – $$$
Saddlesmith of Texas $$$ – $$$$
Showman $$ – $$$
Simco $$ – $$$
Longhorn/Billy Cook (Greenville, TX) $$ – $$$
Tex Tan $$ – $$$
Tucker $$ – $$$
Wintec $ – $$

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