Skip to content

16″ New Scott Thomas Western Ranch Saddle 1-1123


14 6


The Ranch saddle embodies a blend of simplicity, robustness, and practicality. Crafted for optimal grip and rider security, this saddle boasts a rough-out seat and a pencil roll cantle. Accentuating its natural appeal, a carlos border beautifully frames the saddle, complemented by the exquisite rawhide braiding on the swells. This saddle also includes saddle strings and a rear cinch for added convenience.


  • Weight: Approximately 37 lbs
  • Gullet Width: 7″ from mid-concho to mid-concho
  • Finished Seat Size: 16″
  • Skirt Length: 28.5″
  • Tree Size: 16″

Additional information

Size / Color

31inch x 30inch, Black


There are no reviews yet.

Be the first to review “16″ New Scott Thomas Western Ranch Saddle 1-1123”

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

The Ranch saddle combines simplicity, durability, and grip with a rough-out seat, carlos border, and rawhide braiding, weighing approximately 37 lbs, with a 7″ gullet, 16″ finished seat, 28.5″ skirt length, and 16″ tree size.

SKU 1-1123 Categories , ,

This product is currently out of stock and unavailable.

good sadle pad

February 18, 2024

Very nice saddle pad!

Debbie Ayres

excellent quality

February 18, 2024

My child adored her new saddle pad, which was highly recommended and of excellent quality considering the price.



February 18, 2024

The strap is superbly crafted! was my daughter’s Christmas gift, and she liked it.

Felicia Atkins

very comfortable

February 18, 2024

This saddle is a favorite of mine; and it rides comfortably and is well-made.


Quality product

February 18, 2024

They fulfill my every need.

Adrienne Rigg

Fantastic saddle pad!

February 16, 2024

My new saddle fits the saddle pad under it nicely. It appears that my horse is content with the comfort. I’m glad I bought this, then.

Rachael Jeter


February 16, 2024

Beautiful saddle, and so comfortable to canter on with my horse. The details are gorgeous. I have had my saddle for almpst a year now.

April Vanetten