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Western art and portraits.
Patrick Wyse, Monte Foreman's first accredited instructor, and co-author of
Monte's book, "Horse Training Science"
Top Clinician, who knows the 'Basic Handle' inside and out, currently has his
ranch in Montana.
These are the saddles that we use. They are handmade, by a second
generation saddle maker, John Fallis.
The original Fallis Balanced Saddle was introduced by Merlyn "Slim" Fallis in
1951. He continued improving the original design throughout the years until
he passed away in 1982. John Fallis has followed in the tradition of making
and refining that saddle without compromising the basic features or quality
ever since, using the knowledge gained from over thirty years of research
into the technology of horse and rider and equipment usability. Every feature
of his saddles have been tested and improved in order to perfect the saddle
for which he is known.
The Fallis Balanced Saddle is performance oriented--to give both the rider
and the horse maximum comfort, stability, and ride-ability, that it is known for.
His saddle shop is currently located in Wilder, Idaho.
Mackey custom hats is the handmade hat company that we use. They
make a superior western hat in 10x, 50x and 100x whose quality and prices
beat most hat companies out there. They have quite a few styles and brims
available. They are located in Shell, Wyoming.
Caboots is a handmade boot company, 4th generation, whose store front
is located in El Paso, Texas. They have a great reputation for their quality
and efficiency, with years of experience behind them.
They are currently making our "McLoughlin" C.S.S.S.A. school boots, or any
other boot design that a rider would want. Our school boots are list under
the tab for Buckaroo/working boots.
Our school boot has the tops especially designed by Ron, and are on the
average from 18" to 21" tall. The tops are butter-colored or rust colored bull
hide, with dark brown bull hide vamps. The general turn-around from the time
of your order, is 3 months.