Fabtron Saddlery uses the most up-to-date and top-of-the-line saddle trees manufactured. They offer a new era of design features and construction techniques that effect fit and comfort. Their saddle are known for their quality, fit, comfort, and competitive prices. Fabtron makes their saddles in the USA in Maryville, Tennessee.
The Fabtron saddles below include trail saddles, endurance saddles, and other types of saddles. To see only Fabtron trail saddles, please click here: Fabtron Trail Saddles.
Below: A Fabtron trail saddle
HorseSaddleShop.com image. Used with permission.
Comparison Shop Fabtron Saddles
Below are Fabtron saddles for sale from several major online sellers.
From Amazon, HorseSaddleShop, and StateLineTack
- Most of the saddles shown are new, but some might be used.
- Shipping is almost always included in the price for locations in the continental USA.
- Some saddles by HorseSaddleShop are listed twice. Why? It’s because HorseSaddleShop is one business located in Bremen, Indiana, with two websites (HorseSaddleShop.com and eSaddles.com). They use the same logo (HorseSaddleShop) for both of their websites. Usually their prices are the same, but just in case one website has a better deal saddles from both websites are shown.
See more Fabtron saddles on HorseSaddleShop
See more Fabtron saddles on Amazon
See more Fabtron saddles on StateLineTack
Saddle Rigging Positions
On a Western saddle, rigging positions are commonly referred to as “full,” “7/8,” and more. Here is a quick breakdown of what those common rigging positions mean.
Full Rigging: The front cinch position is the full distance from the cantle to the pommel. This puts the front cinch directly beneath the pommel of the saddle.
7/8 Rigging: The front cinch position is 7/8 of the distance from the cantle to the pommel. This puts the front cinch a little farther back than a full rigged saddle.
3/4 Rigging: The front cinch position is 3/4 of the distance from the cantle to the pommel. This puts the front cinch a little farther back than a 7/8 rigged saddle.
Center Fire Rigging: The front cinch position is (approximately) centered between the cantle and the pommel.
More Rigging Terms
Single Rigged: This means there is a front cinch, but not a back cinch (sometimes called a “flank cinch”). The term “single rigged,” by itself, does not let you know the position of the front cinch (full, 7/8, etc.).
Double Rigged: This means there is a front cinch and a back cinch. The term “double rigged,” by itself, does not let you know the position of the front cinch (full, 7/8, etc.).
Full Double Rigged: This means there is a front cinch and a back cinch, and that the front cinch is in the “full” rigged position (the full distance from the cantle to the pommel).
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