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  • How do I read my saddle’s serial number?

    The Serial Number Search is for saddles 2006 and newer.
    Format:  There should be two lines of numbers on your serial plate. The top line is the Model Number. The bottom line is the Serial Number and will begin with the year of production.

    Model # 1234-5678-90
    Serial #  20061234      (This is the number to type in the search below.)

    If the search box above does not work the information below breaks down the model number.

    Model Number Example: 1234-5678-90
    (1234) Model Number
    (5)Seat Color/Material:
    1-Black/Brown Grainout,  2-Black Suede,  7-Chocolate Suede
    (67)Seat Size:  30-13″,  35-13.5″,  40-14″,  45-14.5″,  50-15″,  55-15.5″,  60-16″,  65-16.5″,  70-17″,  75-17.5″,  80-18″
    (8)Saddle Color: 1-Tobac,  4-Regular Oil,  6-Antique,  7-Natural,  18-Black
    (90)Tree Size:04-Regular Tree (SQHB),  05-Wide Tree (FQHB)     Saddle Fit Guide

    *Some model numbers will begin with “SP” in front of the model number and will have an additional digit at the end. This signifies that the saddle was made special and or custom. These numbers do not always work with the serial number search due to their formatting. 

    Authentication Certificate

    If you would like additional information we do offer an archive search, we’ll provide you a certificate via email and a hardcopy mailed to you, which includes all of the information that we find on the saddle, including the original catalog image and price, along with sizing information and suggested values based on the condition. If our experts are not able to find your saddle in our archive you will not be charged. Here is a link if you would like the Authentication Certificate: https://circley.com/shop/serial-number/authentication-certificate/

  • Where are High Horse® saddles made?

    High Horse® saddles and tack are all hand made in the USA in the town of Yoakum, Texas by Circle Y craftsmen. The High Horse® brand by Circle Y combines American Value and American Craftsmanship to offer horse owners a value priced choice in an American made product.

  • What kind of leather is used to make High Horse® saddles?

    High quality vegetable tanned hides are used for High Horse® saddles and tack. These hides provide exceptional quality at an affordable price. Natural range marks, scars and wrinkles confirm the authenticity of the leather and enhance the natural beauty of the product. The beautiful tooling patterns and color finishes are accentuated by the High Horse® leather.

  • Does High Horse® do saddle repair?

    Yes, we do saddle and tack repair only and exclusively on High Horse® products. For information about repairs, call 800-531-3600.

  • What kind of tree does my High Horse® saddle have?

    The High Horse® trees are made of Ralide®. They are made in the USA using an injection molding process to ensure strength, uniformity and durability. These trees help to make the saddle a manageable, lighter weight. Tree sizes available in Regular (or semi-QH) or Wide (full-QH) fit.

  • How do I know what size tree my horse will take?

    Generally, a horse with defined withers and a medium frame will need a Regular tree width. A horse with mutton, or flat withers, and wide heavy neck and body will require a Wide tree.

  • What’s the warranty on a High Horse® saddle?

    High Horse® saddles have a 10-year tree warranty and a one-year parts warranty. Warranty applies to the original purchaser under normal use. Modifications, alterations, or misuse may cause failure of the product and void the warranty. The metal warning plate on the saddles indicates the intended discipline. Mail-in warranty card or on-line form must be completed for registration. Saddles have a warranty registration card attached which contains a complete explanation of the warranties. Register your saddle here

  • How should I take care of my High Horse® saddle and tack?

    The most important aspect of saddle care is that the life of the leather depends upon the care you give it. Most saddles experience the tough rigors of the environment, and proper care is essential to prolong their life. Visit our Saddle Care page for all the details

  • How do I buy High Horse® saddles and tack?

    High Horse® products can be purchased from an Authorized High Horse® dealer – find a dealer near you.

  • How do I contact the High Horse® company?

    You may contact us at 800-531-3600 or email us at  weborders@saddleshowroom.com

  • How do I become an Authorized High Horse® dealer?

    Information on becoming an Authorized High Horse dealer is available upon request through our sales representative in your area. To be considered, a candidate must be a tack retailer who has a permanent retail store front open to the general public during typical retail hours and interested in carrying a full line of saddles. Call or email us about information on becoming an Authorized Dealer.