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D-D Wade and Woodard RANCH

The D-D Wade Ranch and Woodard Ranch are built as true working saddles by starting with the foundation: a reinforced Steele Saddle tree and then building with reinforced construction. This is a true ranching saddle, as well as perfect for the Western Dressage ring, the show ring, ranch competitions, cow work, ranching, cutting, mountain packing... Hand crafted one saddle at a time on a chosen tree of which there are dozens instead of the typical two trees fits all concept. You design your saddle the way you want it to look, we build it on the tree that fits your horses or mules/donkeys. Saddles take a bit longer than the trail version due to their construction, and depending on your options. Nothing about the D-D Wade Ranch is cookie cutter and is well worth the wait. The D-D Wade Ranch weighs an average of 27 lbs. Matching cinches and tack are available as well as a host of other options. Base price Ranch $2489.00


The short list of Ranch options

The Double Diamond D-D Ranch comes standard with a reinforced tree and horn, plus the construction is also reinforced as well as the weight of the leather in ounces.

The basic saddle can be built with a padded, hard, or hard inlay seat with no upcharges.  In addition you can choose from multiple options such as:

  •  Smooth or roughout partial, or the entire saddle
  • single or double skirt
  • round or square skirt
  • many tooling options from edge tooling to full
  • pencil roll or cheyenne roll cantle
  • cantle height options
  • fender choices such as tradition western, exposed leathers fender, etc.
  • specific seat twist and shaping on a hard seat
  • monel or other stirrups
  • Bucking rolls
  • Mule hardare

Please give a call to discuss your ideas!  336-267-0276 EST. Remember we build on many different trees, not the standard semi or full quarter tree. We can successfully fit a broad flat back draft cross to a Paso Fino and everything in between!

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