The Tucker Cheyenne Frontier trail saddle offers great looks in a saddle that’s easier to swing a leg over thanks to its lower (3 1/2 inches) cantle.
It also has a lower saddle horn (2 inches), which, combined with the lower cantle, help the rider have a roomier feel in the seat. Available in a medium, wide, or extra wide saddle tree. For more about the Tucker Cheyenne Frontier trail riding saddle, please scroll down beneath the saddles for sale.
Below: The Tucker Cheyenne Frontier trail saddle from HorseSaddleShop.
HorseSaddleShop.com image. Used with permission.
Below are Tucker Cheyenne Frontier saddles on HorseSaddleShop. Most of them are new, but occasionally you can find a used one. They usually have the best price around on the Cheyenne Frontier, or any Tucker Saddle for that matter.
- HorseSaddleShop is one of the largest saddle dealers in the country. Almost every
saddle they carry is in stock and ships the same day.
- 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), and they often show the same saddle on both websites. In case one website would have a better deal on a saddle, saddles from both websites are shown.
Below is a link to Tucker saddles for sale on eBay. The results will include the Cheyenne Frontier (if there are any) and other Tucker saddles. Most of the saddles we’ve seen are new, but sometimes there are a few used ones, too. On eBay, shipping charges may or may not be included in the price of the saddle. Be sure to read each individual saddle’s description carefully to find out if shipping charges are included in the price or extra.
While we’ve noticed Tucker tack and saddles on StateLineTack, we haven’t noticed any Tucker Cheyenne Frontier saddles. If you’d like to take a look, though, the link below will take you to their Tucker tack and/or saddles.
About The Tucker Cheyenne Frontier
- Tree: Medium, wide, or extra wide.
- Choice of colors and hardware.
- 3 1/2 inch cantle.
- 2 inch high saddle horn.
- Skirt: Full or round.
- Rigging: Choose from several options.
- Weight: Approximately 28 pounds.
Tucker Saddle Seat Size Chart
If you’ve never owned or sat in a Tucker saddle before you will probably want to take a look at their seat sizing chart to help determine what size seat you will need. That’s because most riders need a seat that is slightly larger in a Tucker saddle compared to most other Western saddles due to the padding in Tucker seats. In general, most people riding in a Tucker Western saddle (with a saddle horn) will need a seat 1/2″ larger than typical for other Western saddles.
This chart, courtesy of HorseSaddleShop, can help you out: Tucker Seat Sizing Chart.
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