Friday, April 12, 2013
What are Saddle Racks?
Anyone who has horses knows it is difficult to find a place to store bulky saddles in a convenient way. Horse Saddle Racks are a great product to solve that problem. These racks can store your saddles as well as be aesthetically pleasing. No matter what type of horse or what size the horse is, these saddle racks will work perfectly in your stables.
These racks are built to last with a quality design. Each rack can hold two, three, or even four saddles on it depending upon your needs. They also can be affixed easily to a barn or stable wall for added space.
Saddles are a necessary piece of equipment in horse riding no matter if you are an English or western rider. They are heavy and bulky, but with a place to store them, they might not get in the way when not in use. These racks also keep saddles clean and off the ground. The racks are also a great stand to hold your saddle during cleaning or treating, which are two processes that must be done to keep a saddle in riding condition.
The saddle racks can be purchased in both finished and unfinished varieties. The can be accented in brass or chrome depending upon the customer's preference. If you choose the finished variety, you can have your saddle rack in either deep cherry or walnut finish. Many other traditional designs are also available, even those of a vinyl variety.
The prices for these products are competitive as well. A two saddle rack can be purchased for less than 200 dollars, which is very inexpensive in this very lucrative sport of horses. Shipping costs are based on weight and location, but these saddle racks can be shipped to your door in a reasonable amount if time. So, if horses are your passion or if you just need some extra space in your horse facility, saddle racks are a great asset to your barn.
Saddles are essential to the equestrian sport and often, riders have more than one. Without proper storage, these expensive saddles can become rotten or damaged. Purchasing a saddle rack not only helps organize your barn or horse facility but also keeps your horse tack in great shape.
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