Roper Saddle -16″ inch Western Roping Tooled – Rawhide Roughout – Warranty – Heavy Duty


Full Quarter Horse Bars and 7″ Gullet. Free Shipping In USA Mainland. Saddle has roughout jockies. Saddle features basketweave and border tooling  plus rawhide accents and stirrups as shown.  Saddle is accented with leather saddle strings.

16″  Roper Saddle Western – Basketweave Tooled – Warranty – Heavy Duty

Full Quarter Horse Bars and 7″ Gullet

Tree:           Bullhide Covered Hardwood

Seat:           16 Micro Suede Snakeskin design

Bars:          Full Quarter Horse

Swell:         14.5”

Gullet:       7”

Horn:         4”

Cantle:       4”  

Skirts:        14.5” x 29”

Stirrups:    33” to 37”  Leather Adjustment 

Weight:      42 lbs.

Finish:        Dark Oil 

**Saddle comes with warranty card and is warrantied for roping

7 in stock


A little about roping saddles!

Roping Saddles

The quality roping saddle has a deep seat and the fenders hung in a position, ensuring the rider can be upright and well-balanced when ready to rope. The horns and trees are extra strong to take the pull. The rigging on the roper saddle must be one that pulls off the top of the tree bars and has great strength. Generally suede out or roughed out non padded seats are preferred to give more grip. The swells of the saddle are kept reasonably low as to keep the leverage of the rope on the horn to a minimum. A Roping Saddle is designed for demanding use and maximum freedom of movement for the rider. In a well-designed roper, a rider can easily chase, rope, and dally a cow to the horn. To withstand this punishment, the saddle must have a particularly strong saddle tree and horn.

Typical features of a roping saddle include:

  • Preferably, a wood saddle tree with a bullhide cover for maximum strength
  • A low, rounded fork. This will keep down the leverage of the rope on both the horn and the horse, and not interfere with a swinging rope.
  • A tall, thick horn for dallying
  • Full double rigging- both front cinch and back flank cinch with the front cinch most commonly in the 7/8ths or full position
  • A deep, rough-out or suede seat for maximum grip
  • A low cantle for an easier dismount
  • Stirrups hung a bit more forward than usual to allow the rider to put their feet forward and brace against the stirrups when necessary.
  • Deep, wide, roper style stirrups
  • Heavier weight

Additional information

Weight 43 lbs

15", 16", 17"