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Cadlwell Barrel Saddle
sandymaresh
Reg. Aug 2011
Posted 2014-03-13 12:10 PM
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Does anyone out there ride in a Caldwell barrel saddle, I am looking for a very deep seat for a hard turning horse and was wondering what the Caldwell was like? Any suggestions?
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purplemoon828
Reg. Dec 2010
Posted 2014-03-13 12:13 PM
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Love mine, I have 2. Well worth the money
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TheOldGrayMare
Reg. Nov 2009
Posted 2014-03-13 12:22 PM
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I am a Caldwell fan through & through (that should be my "name" wink, wink...powers that be, LOL

They are the best saddle money can buy IMO. Quality hand made with the best materials and they last forever. I have had probably a dozen of them between trying the different trees, ground seats, seat sizes (I have fluctuated in weight quite a bit the last 8 years). I just love them.

You are going to get nay-sayers, but that will happen with any product.
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LRQHS
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Alison just bought one and loves it. 
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The high ground seat made all the difference in the world for me. By far my favorite saddle ever as far as quality, riding and running in it. Yes...it will make a huge difference especially with the high ground seat.
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Reg. Nov 2006
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I just bought me a Caldwell last week... I"m so tickled with it, I hav'nt got to try it out yet, because of the weather and having different things come up. But cant wait to get it on my horse... have been wanting one for a long long time so finally decided it was time. Here is mine.  



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Longneck
Reg. Mar 2004
Posted 2014-03-13 1:07 PM
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Southtxponygirl - 2014-03-13 1:05 PM

I just bought me a Caldwell last week... I"m so tickled with it, I hav'nt got to try it out yet, because of the weather and having different things come up. But cant wait to get it on my horse... have been wanting one for a long long time so finally decided it was time. Here is mine.  

I *DEMAND* that you get this picture to working, missy!
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Southtxponygirl
Reg. Nov 2006
Posted 2014-03-13 1:09 PM
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Longneck - 2014-03-13 1:07 PM
Southtxponygirl - 2014-03-13 1:05 PM I just bought me a Caldwell last week... I"m so tickled with it, I hav'nt got to try it out yet, because of the weather and having different things come up. But cant wait to get it on my horse... have been wanting one for a long long time so finally decided it was time. Here is mine.  
I *DEMAND* that you get this picture to working, missy!

Ha ha ha ha ,,, got it up finally, had to resize it.  
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Ctrygirl14
Reg. Jun 2012
Posted 2014-03-13 1:14 PM
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LRQHS - 2014-03-13 12:30 PM

Alison just bought one and loves it. 

She got a Crown C.
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Longneck
Reg. Mar 2004
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Longneck - 2014-03-13 1:07 PM

Southtxponygirl - 2014-03-13 1:05 PM

I just bought me a Caldwell last week... I"m so tickled with it, I hav'nt got to try it out yet, because of the weather and having different things come up. But cant wait to get it on my horse... have been wanting one for a long long time so finally decided it was time. Here is mine.  

I *DEMAND* that you get this picture to working, missy!

 What a beauty! Saddles with the weird corner angles are my favorites!
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LRQHS
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Posted 2014-03-13 1:18 PM
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Ctrygirl14 - 2014-03-13 1:14 PM
LRQHS - 2014-03-13 12:30 PM Alison just bought one and loves it. 
She got a Crown C.

Is that not a Caldwell lol? and, if not, don't tell her I posted on this thread lol.....
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Southtxponygirl
Reg. Nov 2006
Posted 2014-03-13 1:18 PM
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Longneck - 2014-03-13 1:14 PM
Longneck - 2014-03-13 1:07 PM
Southtxponygirl - 2014-03-13 1:05 PM I just bought me a Caldwell last week... I"m so tickled with it, I hav'nt got to try it out yet, because of the weather and having different things come up. But cant wait to get it on my horse... have been wanting one for a long long time so finally decided it was time. Here is mine.  
I *DEMAND* that you get this picture to working, missy!
 What a beauty! Saddles with the weird corner angles are my favorites!

 Thank you , I'm pretty proud of it, Still sitting in my living room, like looking at it  I have a Double J with the cut corners like that, I think they look pretty neat too.  
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Longneck
Reg. Mar 2004
Posted 2014-03-13 1:24 PM
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Southtxponygirl - 2014-03-13 1:18 PM

Longneck - 2014-03-13 1:14 PM
Longneck - 2014-03-13 1:07 PM
Southtxponygirl - 2014-03-13 1:05 PM I just bought me a Caldwell last week... I"m so tickled with it, I hav'nt got to try it out yet, because of the weather and having different things come up. But cant wait to get it on my horse... have been wanting one for a long long time so finally decided it was time. Here is mine.  
I *DEMAND* that you get this picture to working, missy!
 What a beauty! Saddles with the weird corner angles are my favorites!

 Thank you , I'm pretty proud of it, Still sitting in my living room, like looking at it  I have a Double J with the cut corners like that, I think they look pretty neat too.  

You have everything worth wanting!

I'm gonna pack my bags and move in!
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3canstorun
Reg. May 2007
Posted 2014-03-13 1:28 PM
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We have 3 at our house.  We love them - my husband cuts and I have a barrel saddle.  I will not ever get anything else.   Here is mine -



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SG.
Reg. Sep 2003
Posted 2014-03-13 1:28 PM
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Southtxponygirl - 2014-03-13 1:05 PM I just bought me a Caldwell last week... I"m so tickled with it, I hav'nt got to try it out yet, because of the weather and having different things come up. But cant wait to get it on my horse... have been wanting one for a long long time so finally decided it was time. Here is mine.  

 OH MY.  That is my favorite caldwell design
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Southtxponygirl
Reg. Nov 2006
Posted 2014-03-13 1:31 PM
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SG. - 2014-03-13 1:28 PM
Southtxponygirl - 2014-03-13 1:05 PM I just bought me a Caldwell last week... I"m so tickled with it, I hav'nt got to try it out yet, because of the weather and having different things come up. But cant wait to get it on my horse... have been wanting one for a long long time so finally decided it was time. Here is mine.  
 OH MY.  That is my favorite caldwell design

I really lucked out on finding this saddle , This is my favorite design too  
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Longneck
Reg. Mar 2004
Posted 2014-03-13 1:45 PM
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3canstorun - 2014-03-13 1:28 PM We have 3 at our house.  We love them - my husband cuts and I have a barrel saddle.  I will not ever get anything else.   Here is mine -




 
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Reg. Dec 2007
Posted 2014-03-13 1:51 PM
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Longneck - 2014-03-13 1:45 PM
3canstorun - 2014-03-13 1:28 PM We have 3 at our house.  We love them - my husband cuts and I have a barrel saddle.  I will not ever get anything else.   Here is mine -



 

 gorgeous!
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Nevertooold
Reg. Oct 2003
Posted 2014-03-13 2:10 PM
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Southtxponygirl - 2014-03-13 1:05 PM I just bought me a Caldwell last week... I"m so tickled with it, I hav'nt got to try it out yet, because of the weather and having different things come up. But cant wait to get it on my horse... have been wanting one for a long long time so finally decided it was time. Here is mine.  

Awesome! What tree is it?
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Nevertooold
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3canstorun - 2014-03-13 1:28 PM We have 3 at our house.  We love them - my husband cuts and I have a barrel saddle.  I will not ever get anything else.   Here is mine -




Very unique! Love it!
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Southtxponygirl
Reg. Nov 2006
Posted 2014-03-13 2:17 PM
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Southtxponygirl - 2014-03-13 1:05 PM I just bought me a Caldwell last week... I"m so tickled with it, I hav'nt got to try it out yet, because of the weather and having different things come up. But cant wait to get it on my horse... have been wanting one for a long long time so finally decided it was time. Here is mine.  

Awesome! What tree is it?

Its the Pro Max..
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chaseingcans
Reg. Aug 2006
Posted 2014-03-13 2:33 PM
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Love my Caldwell saddle!!
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Nevertooold - 2014-03-13 2:10 PM
Southtxponygirl - 2014-03-13 1:05 PM I just bought me a Caldwell last week... I"m so tickled with it, I hav'nt got to try it out yet, because of the weather and having different things come up. But cant wait to get it on my horse... have been wanting one for a long long time so finally decided it was time. Here is mine.  
Awesome! What tree is it?
Its the Pro Max..

Cool! I'll know how to look up if I start riding again to try to find a saddle that fits my horse..LOL
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Reg. Aug 2011
Posted 2014-03-13 3:25 PM
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LRQHS - 2014-03-13 1:18 PM

Ctrygirl14 - 2014-03-13 1:14 PM
LRQHS - 2014-03-13 12:30 PM Alison just bought one and loves it. 
She got a Crown C.

Is that not a Caldwell lol? and, if not, don't tell her I posted on this thread lol.....

I did get the Martin crown c

It's ok, a for effort.

I looked for a Caldwell, but I was not able to try one out so I was hesitant to order one blindly. Charon was very helpful though.
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LRQHS
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barrelracr131 - 2014-03-13 3:25 PM
LRQHS - 2014-03-13 1:18 PM
Ctrygirl14 - 2014-03-13 1:14 PM
LRQHS - 2014-03-13 12:30 PM Alison just bought one and loves it. 
She got a Crown C.
Is that not a Caldwell lol? and, if not, don't tell her I posted on this thread lol.....
I did get the Martin crown c It's ok, a for effort. I looked for a Caldwell, but I was not able to try one out so I was hesitant to order one blindly. Charon was very helpful though.

I was listening to all of your saddle stories, I swear lol......they both start with a C.....that's confusing lol.
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Reg. Jun 2005
Posted 2014-03-13 4:11 PM
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Woooweee those are beautiful saddles!!!    Charon sent my new ProMax out Tuesday so I will try to post pics when I get it.   
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Reg. Nov 2004
Posted 2014-03-13 4:16 PM
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I ordered a brand new with a rocket tree last year because I couldn't find that saddle with that tree used. The only thing I don't like is my seat is too deep I'm having trouble to get up when I leave the turns. I tried putting my stirrups a little higher that helped some. Going to BBR in april and see if they have anything that I could trade with not such deep seat unless they are all like that? does anyone know if they have different deepness to their seats?
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Posted 2014-03-13 4:29 PM
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Turnburnsis - 2014-03-13 4:16 PM I ordered a brand new with a rocket tree last year because I couldn't find that saddle with that tree used. The only thing I don't like is my seat is too deep I'm having trouble to get up when I leave the turns. I tried putting my stirrups a little higher that helped some. Going to BBR in april and see if they have anything that I could trade with not such deep seat unless they are all like that? does anyone know if they have different deepness to their seats?

No they are not all this way.  It depends on what ground seat you have on yours.  Talk to Charon at BBR and see if she can fix yours instead of trading for a different one. 
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Ok thanks I didn't know that you could change that!
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LRQHS - 2014-03-13 3:30 PM
barrelracr131 - 2014-03-13 3:25 PM
LRQHS - 2014-03-13 1:18 PM
Ctrygirl14 - 2014-03-13 1:14 PM
LRQHS - 2014-03-13 12:30 PM Alison just bought one and loves it. 
She got a Crown C.
Is that not a Caldwell lol? and, if not, don't tell her I posted on this thread lol.....
I did get the Martin crown c It's ok, a for effort. I looked for a Caldwell, but I was not able to try one out so I was hesitant to order one blindly. Charon was very helpful though.
I was listening to all of your saddle stories, I swear lol......they both start with a C.....that's confusing lol.

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Posted 2014-03-13 6:51 PM
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 I have 2 love, love, love them. Tried about every saddle out there. Now I will only use a Caldwell. I got mine used but hoping someday to get a new one or newer looking one at least.
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Reg. Sep 2003
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Kaycee - 2014-03-13 4:29 PM
Turnburnsis - 2014-03-13 4:16 PM I ordered a brand new with a rocket tree last year because I couldn't find that saddle with that tree used. The only thing I don't like is my seat is too deep I'm having trouble to get up when I leave the turns. I tried putting my stirrups a little higher that helped some. Going to BBR in april and see if they have anything that I could trade with not such deep seat unless they are all like that? does anyone know if they have different deepness to their seats?
No they are not all this way.  It depends on what ground seat you have on yours.  Talk to Charon at BBR and see if she can fix yours instead of trading for a different one. 

Ditto. they can raise or lower your ground seat very easy.   Lower ground seat wont be as deep 
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Had friends with Caldwell's, was told Oh just try it, didn't want to because of the things I had heard about them. Well, one of those friends had hers on my horse and I tried it. WRONG thing to do. I then was on a mission to find one, hopefully, used. Couple months later another friend had an almost brand new one posted on FB, I got it to try and I now own it!! My saddle I had I thought was awesome and even after buying my Caldwell Rocket I made a run in my old saddle and NO comparison. I love love love my Caldwell. My horse also leaves very hard and is so powerful but I stay with him in the caldwell.
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Cjakerock - 2014-03-13 7:52 PM Had friends with Caldwell's, was told Oh just try it, didn't want to because of the things I had heard about them. Well, one of those friends had hers on my horse and I tried it. WRONG thing to do. I then was on a mission to find one, hopefully, used. Couple months later another friend had an almost brand new one posted on FB, I got it to try and I now own it!! My saddle I had I thought was awesome and even after buying my Caldwell Rocket I made a run in my old saddle and NO comparison. I love love love my Caldwell. My horse also leaves very hard and is so powerful but I stay with him in the caldwell.

...And the addiction continues!!! 
I had a friend of mine tryout my Promax a few years ago with no intention of selling it but I did not have a horse at the time to use it on.  She fell in love with it and I decided to sell it to her because they were kicking butt in it.  Fast forward a couple of years and I now need a ProMax so I had to order a new one. lol  
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Reg. Apr 2004
Posted 2014-03-13 9:06 PM
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I have 3 Caldwell's and love them.  Can hardly ride in anything else.  My only complaint is my jeans get stained from the oil.   
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roanrider - 2014-03-13 9:06 PM I have 3 Caldwell's and love them.  Can hardly ride in anything else.  My only complaint is my jeans get stained from the oil.   

My complaint also but I guess you can't have butter soft leather without the oil problem.
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Reg. Dec 2003
Posted 2014-03-14 6:00 AM
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whenever I buy one I keep it. even if I don't need that tree at the moment. the only one i don't have now is the rocket. I even have an older reiner. I have 4 caldwells. 
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Reg. Oct 2003
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Reg. Nov 2009
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roanrider - 2014-03-13 9:06 PM I have 3 Caldwell's and love them.  Can hardly ride in anything else.  My only complaint is my jeans get stained from the oil.   
My complaint also but I guess you can't have butter soft leather without the oil problem.

I've got a lighter oil saddle and it's pretty buttery, but it doesn't stain - thankfully! 
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roanrider - 2014-03-13 9:06 PM I have 3 Caldwell's and love them.  Can hardly ride in anything else.  My only complaint is my jeans get stained from the oil.   
My complaint also but I guess you can't have butter soft leather without the oil problem.
I've got a lighter oil saddle and it's pretty buttery, but it doesn't stain - thankfully! 

 Mine never has either.  However, my husband's has stained his jeans, as he gets the dark oil.  I think all Caldwell's are nice, no matter what style, pattern you have.  I will always order a pro max tree too.  I know they are an investment though.  I doubt I would have spent that type of money when I was younger.  (Didn't have it anyway).  I am ordering another one for me and we are trading one of my husband's.  
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Reg. Jul 2006
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 Loved everything about my Caldwell.  Just make for darn sure it does fit your horse.  Just like any other saddle out there.  I was  actually able to sell mine for a little more then what I paid when I bought it used so the nice thing is that they will hold their value.  I too had issues not getting out of my seat but raising my stirrups helped.
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So this talk about them being so deep you can't get up make me think they just might be the saddle this old girl needs to stay put.   I am on my way back to the Diamonds and Dirt to try one.  Sweet hubby said get anything I want :).
Hope they fit my horses.
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rodeomom3 - 2014-03-14 12:21 PM So this talk about them being so deep you can't get up make me think they just might be the saddle this old girl needs to stay put.   I am on my way back to the Diamonds and Dirt to try one.  Sweet hubby said get anything I want :).

Hope they fit my horses.

I do know they have a paisly on there!  
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