Name: Dwight & Tracey Barton - Caballo Stables
Message: What a pleasure it was to meet Bob yesterday such a genuine guy - we are so looking forward to our new saddles and gear !! Thanks for taking the time to come all the way up to meet us and our boys !!
Name: Margaret & Wade Hickman
Message: Love your tack!
Name: Anson Crutcher
Message: Long time no see Bob, last time probably 2003 at a mule show in Montana. have worn the suspenders most days since then. have turned many folks on to them over the years. they are great. hope the ones I order tonight can have the brass snaps. Will try to stop by next time in the area.
Name: Todd Abraham
Message: My wife met you and saw your saddles at the draft horse show in Sandpoint. She called me up and told me that I had to come down there. I did, and you had the saddle that I've been looking for--it was a dream come true. Thanks so much for coming out to our place and ensuring it fit correctly. It's one of the best purchases of my life, and both me and my horse Remington absolutely LOVE it!
Name: Susan Lewis
Message: Thank-you for returning my call last night. I did find a saddle at Will Rodgers, but would be interested in knowing what you have that may also work for me. I would like a trail/pleasure saddle, 15" seat, for my QH gelding. Could you tell me what you have & the price ranges? Thank-you!
Name: Thom Davis
Message: Thanks for the Professional experience that ya'll present in our business dealing. My son and myself are looking forward to the New work chinks. Thanks Again We will be doing business again real soon.
Name: Roger Turner
Message: Enjoyed our visit at Reno. Looking forward to the new saddle. Post some pics if you have a chance of the"Calgary Stampede #2". Thanks
Message: My Parents live in Sandpoint, when we come fora visit we will have to come by
Message: Enjoyed meeting you at NFR. Your such a funny guy! Happy to have you make me a pair of chaps. Looking forward to them!
Message: I bought a saddle made by san fernando valley co. serial #648 how can I find any history on this saddle?