How do you identify a brand of saddle?

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There are a few types of saddles such as a circle Y, Billy Cook, Fabtron, Tucker, and Dakota. These saddles all have distinctive differences in between them from how they are made, the material they are made from, and the quality of the saddle. Look at this website to see more distinguishing markers for saddles. www.horsesaddleshop.com
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If style of your saddle is different than any on the market, you have probably got a Circle Y saddle. Other brands specialize in different things. For more information look here: Tips On Saddle Identification www.horsesaddleshop.com;
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