Bob’s Custom Saddles Becomes Tulsa Reining Classic Official Saddle Maker

The management of the Tulsa Reining Classic is proud to announce that Bob’s Custom Saddles has become its Official Saddle Maker. The Scottsdale, Arizona, based company has long been a sponsor of the event, noted Show Manager Cheryl Magoteaux Cody. Cody said, “We are glad to take this successful relationship to the next level for this year and for coming years!”

The multi-year contract makes Bob’s Custom Saddle the Official Saddle and supplier of award saddles and Kyle Tack the exclusive saddle vendor for the popular reining show. Cody stated, “Our goal is to provide our champions with high-quality award saddles. Bob’s Custom Saddles are some of the best, and we are thrilled to be able to provide them to our winners.”

“We’re excited to support the reining community with our sponsorship of the Tulsa Reining Classic,” Chris Weaver, vice president of Bob’s Custom Saddles, said. “As one of the top-tier NRHA/AQHA reining events of the year, we hope our saddle sponsorship is another exciting opportunity for reiners showing at this quality event.”

Bob’s Custom Saddles has been making fine custom western saddles since 1977. All Bob’s Custom Saddles are hand-crafted by lifelong artisan saddle makers who have been honing their craft for generations. Bob’s Custom Saddles are built on the finest trees available and from hand-picked, top-grain Hermann Oak Leather, real sheepskin and hand-engraved sterling silver or silver overlay. From its varied western performance saddles to a line of specially designed ladies saddles, each is built to address each individual rider’s needs and preference. Overall the goal is to provide the optimal look, longevity, and comfort, and deliver peak performance for the winning ride. In the NRHA Open division alone, Bob’s Custom Saddles have been ridden to earn more than $20 million! For more information about Bob’s Custom Saddles, visit the website at BobsCustomSaddles.com.

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