Spanish Horse Gear

This typical Spanish saddle of the era is complete with a mochilla (removeable leather seat covering), anquerita (rear extension under the mochilla), round tapaderos (stirrup covers), hand carved wooden stirrups, and a braided curero (rawhide) reata (rope) 52 feet long.
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 Conchos’ Spade Bit was custom designed to fit his mouth properly and comfortably. The silver mounted cheek pieces are typical of the 250 year old Santa Barbara configuration.  The Spade bit is not now, and never was, intened to be used on a horse or by a rider that isn’t properly trained.
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Published on November 9, 2011 at 12:19 am  Comments Off on Spanish Horse Gear  
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