If you are searching for a saddle built better than most, Reinsman is a great choice. Reinsman built a prominent reputation with their bits and pads. Soon after, they added this semi-customized saddle line. However, they hired some of the best saddlers, and roping management, that have vast years of experience in our industry, in the arena, and in the shop.
With a company name, "Reinsman Saddles", your reputation depends on the reiner saddles you design and build. The expertise of top trainers, top executives, and artists all come together to present some of the world's best saddles for you.
Reinsman does not try to be all things to all people. They specialize in professional grades of saddlery. Cultured Cowboy appreciates the Reinsman products enough to make them affordably available to you. These Western saddles are best suited for the rider who is, or has the mindset, of a professional horseman. If you dream of becoming all you can be as a rider, you're in the right place.
Reinsman Saddles are built tighter than most. They use a quality tooling leather that will hold a deep pattern. The company understands what professional style saddles are supposed to be, and they make them to give you every edge in winning.
Reinsman Saddles are that sort of hand made saddles. Pass 'em on to your grandkids when you get ready for a different tooling pattern, (or if you mature into a larger size.), cause you don't wear them out easily! Engineered to compete in the most compelling arenas, and in the most trying of weather conditions on the ranch. Still, reiners are among the most comfortable Western pleasure saddles made.
Tooling is planned and carved for each position on your saddle, instead of looking like an afterthought. Each Brian Bell Reiner saddle has a custom tooling pattern designed to enhance horse and rider. Rather than a die cut piece of leather with oversized leather conchos to cover the gaps, each piece of leather is hand fitted and properly molded for a tasteful and useful marriage between parts. Heavy oiling is available on each saddle.
Whether or not you have the experience of a professional, anybody can sit in one of these reining saddles and tell it was made to ride. The tree maker and the saddle maker have made it easier to travel by placing emphasis on your leg position. These reiners allow good close positioning with your horse. Built on tough Brian Bell designed trees, made so you can take care of business. A strongly anchored horn is used on a gracious pommel. The ground seat and rise is proper to aid you in your riding, rather than restricting you.
Built for strength and endurance. Unlike saddles which are made for a couple years of showing and then to be traded, Your saddle is built with selected woods, placed in positions according to their flexing and their rigid properties. Then properly covered to hold in moisture and add life. The Brian Bell tree maker gives a 5 year warrantee, but today's trees are even better than the type of tree that lasted many years in your grandfather's saddles. Using the best leather on top of all that foundation will keep your seat in the saddle till it's time to give up riding.
There is a method to the Reinsman numbering system. The first digit denotes a saddle (4). The second digit denotes the saddle type, (Reiner is 7, Equitation Trainer is 5). The 3rd digit denotes the tooling pattern, The 4th digit denotes the amount of tooling, (Each Brian Bell Reining Saddle is designed as is. Each pattern is a mix of Wyoming flowers and Basket Stamp, as shown only.) The 5th digit denotes the seat style, (1 is Full) The 6th and 7th digits denote seat size, (15.5 inch, 6 0 would be 16 inch, 7 0 is 17 inch). The 8th digit denotes the color of saddle leather (R - Rosewood). The seat colors come as shown on Reinsman Reiners,
Custom lettering and brands are available if you like them. Trophy Saddles are a Reinsman and Cultured Cowboy specialty.
Would you like to get a new saddle that feels like it is used? We will heavy oil any saddle for you. We prefer to use Lexol. Lexol will darken less than any other conditioner. It is PH-Balanced for the leather used in your saddle. We have been using Lexol on our personal saddles for over 30 years. Add $120.00 for about three liters of Lexol and some several hours of application. Lexol is best applied in many thin layers. To darken slightly, we will add extra virgin olive oil. To darken more, we will blend in some pure neatsfoot. The choice is yours! Your saddle will then come out of the box ready to ride in ultimate comfort!
Remember that a breast collar is a great addition to your saddle purchase. For a small investment, you can add an emergency measure that could prevent a saddle twisting under your horse, should a girth loosen without your knowledge. (Dale's horse is standing still, not working!)
Tooling patterns protect the leather against abrasives. Tooling will "pack" the leather for durability and strength. Tooling can hide small "range" scars that are inherent to the leather before it is formed into a saddle part. Tooling adds depth and beauty to the leather. Tooling will help prevent corners from rolling. Tooling is just a little more effort to clean than a plain saddle. You can choose from several tooling patterns with each category of saddle. The more elaborate the tooling design, the more value, the more time involved in production, and the more your investment will grow over time.
Have you ever had the experience of getting a new saddle to find the stirrups won't take up enough to fit, or let out enough to fit? No more...We like to get your real inseam, (and other measurements, like we were making your chaps), then assure the saddle will fit when it arrives. Hey, by the time we get through spoiling you, you'll always want to buy your saddles and tack from us!
Your saddle can be shipped to you in a padded saddle bag by Big D Blanket company. This protective saddle bag will help insure the proper finish of your investment for many years.
We strive to keep some of the basics in stock. They can be to you in a week or less. But, there is nothing like having a saddle semi-custom made for your horse and your body. Allow about 2 to 4 weeks for a tree to be made, if necessary. Then the saddler needs about 4 to 8 weeks to make your saddle. Leather is cut, wet, steamed, dried, fitted and pulled. It cannot be rolled off a bolt and processed like fabrics. This does take time to do right. Allow another 3 days to a week for UPS delivery. Overseas orders will usually go through UPS, or Airborne express, (depending on your best rate or most security). Any more time is because the saddler is catching up on previous saddles, or waiting on parts, or needs to take one night off for his wedding anniversary.
Saddle makers are as excited about making your saddles as you are about riding! They would rather get it right, than rush it. We have chosen our saddle making partners because of their consistency in quality of product. Cultured Cowboy knows that most of our customers will be riding for many years to come. A short wait for a really good saddle is worth your "wait" in gold!
With the experience of thousands of saddles made for thousands of horse people, Cultured Cowboy looks forward to helping you with your needs. Tired legs, hurting knees, lower back pains, need grip, need freedom, need speed, need to impress your friends, need to impress your equine, need help, need a hug? Give us a call.