TCAA SADDLE TREE WORKSHOP AT NATIONAL COWBOY MUSEUM, OKLAHOMA CITY
October 7-10, 2014
SADDLE MAKERS and HORSEMEN
Don’t miss this unique opportunity to learn the terminology of saddle trees and demystify
the selection of a suitable tree for horse and rider.
Chuck Stormes brings 52 years of saddle making and 34 years of saddle tree making experience
to a three and one half day clinic that will answer your questions, explode myths and give you the
confidence that comes from understanding the requirements of fitting both horse and rider.
This is not “How to make saddle trees”. This workshop will address the how and why of selecting a tree
that is suitable for the types of horses and horseback activities that riders pursue. Saddlemakers who
purchase their trees will gain valuable knowledge, tree makers will increase their understanding of
fitting issues and riders will learn how to work with their saddle maker as an informed customer.
To enroll contact Don Reeves, National Cowboy Museum, 405 478-2250 ext 227