How much is a used western saddle worth?

How much is a used western saddle worth?

The price of the saddle compared to the market value The most popular price on used saddles is $500-$600 but this more often than not isn’t an accurate market value. Especially when it comes to the import saddles which can have a new retail price of $450… be sure you are not over paying for a low quality import saddle.

How much does it cost to refurbish a saddle?


Item to be Repaired Repair Cost
Re-flocking (full) $350+
Partial re-flock/adjust flock $50.00+
Convert foam panels to flock $450+
Replace 4 billets on dressage saddle $200.00 (Dressage billets 27” long and $25 each + Cost to hand sew on $25 each)

How long should saddles last?

Some high quality leather english and roping saddles can easily last 15 to 20 years if you take care of them. You will eventually have to replace or repair things like the cinch straps, stirrups, etc.. but the saddle & tree should last a long time.

How do I find out what my saddle is worth?

Research the saddle using the manufacturer’s name and the serial number to determine retail and general resale value; cheap, poor quality saddles will have low prices brand new and very little value as used items while good quality saddles sell for higher prices both new and used.

How much does a good saddle cost?

Your higher quality saddles are made of leather. A well-dressed saddle that is packed with all the bells and whistles can range anywhere from $1,000 to as much as $2,500. A western saddle can cost anywhere from $700 to $1,500 new. A circle Y saddle can cost anywhere from $1,300 to $2,300.

How much should I charge to clean a saddle?

English saddle cleaning and conditioning …………………………. $75.00 to $125.00. Note when a saddle is being repaired, cost may decrease on soap, oil and conditioning and cost more on Saddles with mink oil or lacquer on leather.

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What is the best oil to use on a saddle?

A liquid saddle dressing like Neatsfoot Blend (also available in a Squirt Bottle) is ideal for a new saddle because it soaks into the leather very easily and it can be poured or squirted into hard to reach places. Pure vegetable oil or olive oil is also good.

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