A Special saddle designed for extra long hours. A
favorite with Police Departments and private mounted units. The Patrol Poley was developed
by us working with Alpha Omega Services in Texas -- The worlds largest privately
owned cavalry for hire!
The secret to the saddles success is a tree that covers a great area of the
horses back -- resulting in a lower pounds-per-square inch pressure for the horse!
Saddles weight starts at 23lbs, has a 4" dip in a web-strung seat and has a
All seat sizes. Trail horn optional.
Price:$995.00 With horn
The popular PATROL POLEY has
been upgrade to big D rigging, working in conjunction with a double ring
surcingle. The two girth rings are connected with a tackaberry lacing to a
double-ring girth. First, the off-side is set with a tackaberry, and then
left in that position. The nearside, of course, is where the final
adjustment takes place. DIRECTIONS: Drop the girth ring over the lip of the
tackaberry buckle. Then pass the end of the tackaberry lacing up and over
the main ring attached to the saddle, Pull this down the backside and then
go out through the TOP slot of the buckle. Then take the end of the nylon
lacing up through the ring of the surcingle, with the point going toward the
horse. Then pull this down the backside and pull it through the BOTTOM slot
of the buckle, Now cinch gently, tugging whenever necessary on the lacings
to make sure the pull on both rings is even. When the desired tightness of
girth is attained, thread the left-over lacing down through the girth
keepers, and back up again, leaving a bit of tongue there to be pulled when
uncinching.The beauty of this system is that it FIRMLY cinches the saddle
with little effort. FOR QUICK CINCHING NEVER UNDO THE LACING,
ONCE IT HAS BEEN LOOSENED ENOUGH TO RELEASE THE GIRTH RING. . LEAVE
IT GOING THRU THE GIRTH RING AND SURCINGLE RING.
Hey Collin, Sending you a quick note saying how much I really enjoy the Patrol Poley Saddle! I have hundreds of miles in it now with no problems for me or my horse. I'm talking about hardcore riding too.
Just for the record, everything works better than anything I've ridden in or used. The saddle, your stirrups, breast collar and the Tackaberry system are awesome providing safety and comfort unparalleled.
I must mention also I'm very proud to see that you are pro gun being that you live in Malibu California. Saddened to see the recent events in your state but again, glad to see there are some real men out there if you know what I mean.
I am currently writing a book about trail riding over here on the East coast. I will be giving my equipment I use for the readers...hope that's ok with you. My book wont be due for a while though...I will keep you posted.
The Fox Poley
A brilliant new classic, with swing fenders mounted on a
strirup bar. The Fox Poley is built on a web-strung wood/steel tree designed for comfort
and durability. The seat has a 4 1/2" dip and 4" knee pads. Trail horn optional.
The Fox Poley has man-made fleece on the underside. The saddle is adjusted by removing the underside, and re-arranging the timber and aluminium tree. Somebody trained in working on Aussie saddles needs to do this!
Black Fox Poley
The FOX POLEY also comes in black, any seat size, with the option of
stainless steel fittings. Shown here is a 20" saddle, with horn, and
stainless fittings. The black leather adds $100. The extra large seat adds
$100. The horn adds $100. Stainless fittings add $50 .
Poley Base Price:
$1,195 As shown $1,545
The CORDURA MAVERICK has a 4" dip in the seat, with 4" knee pads.
The weight is 14 lbs. The saddle is built on a semi-quarter fiberglass
tree. It is available with or without a horn. Color as shown.
With or without horn
Following popular demand, we have upgraded the CORDURA MAVERICK to have stirrup suspension bars AND V-rigging, as in the LEATHER MAVERICK.
Customer comment I purchased a Cordura Maverick saddle from you a few years back to use on my mustang. That little saddle turned out to be fantastic! It has been ridden many miles and still looks brand new. Cindy Harding
The LEATHER MAVERICK, is a bold new step in design.
The fenders now hang off a stirrup suspension bar, to give maximum freedom of leg movement. And the girthing system has been replaced with a V-design, so when the saddled is cinched, the front pulls down as well as the back. This makes for more solid saddle stability.
Colors brown or black. Price, $795, with or without horn.
The kid's CORDURA MAVERICK is ideal for , well, kids! Weighs just 10
lbs. Comes complete with girthing system and tackaberry rigging. Any kid can
lift it, any kid can cinch it. Color brown as shown. Price complete is
Upgrade the stirrups on the Kid's Cordura, with lace-on tapaderos. Price:
Tag Along Poley
Fits behind any saddle. Also
has its own girthing system, so it can be used
independently on a pony. Price $199.00
BUDDY STIRRUPS ride in front of the saddle, suspended from the horn. The stirrup leathers are adjustable through many holes.
They come complete with safety clogs.
Colors Black or Brown.
The KID PERCH is a new concept in carrying a kid on a saddle.
the basic structure is steel, bolted to the gullet of the saddle, making use of the bolts that secure the knee pads on Aussie saddles.
The PERCH can be easily removed. The top of the seat is lined with 1" seat foam, and the overall seat is covered in soft leather.
Works only on Aussie saddles with no horn. The PERCH comes complete with adjustable stirrup leathers,
aluminum stirrups, and a monkey grip.
How to use a tackaberry Buckle to center-fire a double
Some riding animals, especially mules,
need to have the girth set back. This is easy to do with a saddle that has
back cinch rings. The standard tackaberry lacing
makes center-firing even easier, nylon lacing moves best.
1/ Hook the lip of the buckle on the girth ring, facing out.
2/ Pass the end of the nylon lacing through the front ring and pull it down
the back and pass it through the TOP slot of the buckle, with the billet
point coming at you.
3/ Take the lacing up to the top ring and pass it through, pulling it down
the back side and then passing it through the BOTTOM slot, Billet point
coming out at you.
4/ Place girth at desired location, then cinch to desired tightness.
5/ Repeat on the off-side.
6/ Make sure the location of the girth is the same on both sides of the
animal, and that the tension on the takaberry is
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