Where are Collegiate brand saddles made?

Answer Collegiate brand saddles were originally made in the United States by the Miller Harness Company. The brand is now owned by Weatherbeeta, USA. Weatherbeeta has saddle manufacturing plants in the Un... Read More »

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Who manufactures collegiate saddles?

According to Nick Mazzo of CM Tack of Shawnee, Kansas, Collegiate saddles were originally developed and manufactured by Miller Harness Company as evidenced by the Miller logo of twin English boots ... Read More »

What company makes Collegiate saddles?

Collegiate saddles are made by Ruiz Diaz, a master saddler in Collegiate Saddleworks, as of June 2010. Diaz oversees every step of production, from choosing the saddle material to quality control o... Read More »

When were Stubben English saddles made?

Stubben was founded in 1894 by Johannes Stubben, who was a master saddler. Stubben is famous for its superior leather work and fit on English saddles. Stubben originated and is still located on O... Read More »

Differences of Circle Y Saddles and Circle T Saddles?

Circle Y and Circle T saddles are both western saddle brands, which means they are sturdier and have saddle horns, compared to English saddles. But in spite of their similarities, they also have se... Read More »