Saddlemaking: The Ground Seat

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41WPF6BHT5L._SL500_AA300_Despite its fundamental role in a saddle’s architecture, the ground seat is perhaps the most misunderstood element in a saddle’s construction. Many riders aren’t even aware of its existence. Idaho saddlemaker Cary Schwarz, a founding member of the Traditional Cowboy Arts Association, leads viewers through the process of building and installing a ground seat in a custom saddle, sharing seldom-seen techniques and offering personal insight on this critical step in saddlemaking. © 2012 The Traditional Cowboy Arts Association & The Frontier Project Inc.

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I really enjoyed the video and would reccomend it to anyone who is interested in saddlemaking I feel that doing the ground seat is one of the most important parts of the saddle. He went into great detail .I understand there is a video of the complete saddle making process. I would love to have this video also. Thanks i am grateful for all this great info!!!!! — Rich Thornton

 

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