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2 Trails Saddle Company

Address: 33 N Main, Choteau, Montana, 59422

Phone number: 406-466-2592

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Bill's Custom Leather

Address: 102 S 31st St, Billings, Montana, 59101

Phone number: 406-252-6928

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Big Sky Leatherworks

Address: 5243 US Highway 312, Billings, Montana, 59105

Phone number: 406-373-5937

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Dawson's Tack Shop & Stables

Address: 1901 State Route 183, Atwater, Ohio, 44201

Phone number: 330-947-2720

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Avila's Pro Shop

Address: 53244 US Highway 93, Polson, Montana, 59860

Phone number: 406-883-5585

The Best Ever Pads
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The Best Ever Pads

Address: 2445 Paradise Ln, Los Osos, California, 93402

Phone number: 805-528-8009

The Best Ever Pads creates custom saddle pads that are handmade in the USA.

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Allison Saddlery

Address: 482 Johnson Rd, Klein, Montana, 59072

Phone number: 406-323-3309

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Big Dry Saddlery

Address: 103 W Main St, Heath, Montana, 59457

Phone number: 406-538-2345

Leather Honey
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Leather Honey

Address: 1640 Darke Ln, Kearneysville, West Virginia, 25430

Phone number: 304-725-1667

Leather Honey's products are used to clean and restore tack and saddles.

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8 Bar M Co

Address: 55 Centerville Rd, Townsend, Montana, 59644

Phone number: 406-266-3537

User Submitted Tips

  • When you're looking for harnesses, saddlery and supplies, it's often best to stick with actual buildings as opposed to online shops, at least for saddles. Especially if you're new to riding, a real building is probably the best option. Some online harness saddlery and supply sites do offer a free trial period, but it's really best to get a saddle fitted to your horse. For subsequent saddles, online would be an okay option. As far as harnesses and other supplies, use your best judgment. If what you're buying is something that needs to be fitted, you should probably stay away from online stores.
  • If you need to buy new tack for your horses, check out some of the used harness, saddlery and supply shops online. Besides the obvious benefit of lower prices, another benefit of buying used, especially with saddles, is that they are already broken in, if they have been taken care of. Make sure the measurements are listed, but even then, it's a good idea to see if the seller will let you have a "test" period. If not, at least make sure that you will be able to return it if it doesn't fit.
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