Saddlery & Harness Goods

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English Leather Horse Bridle

7 Years

Business Type: Manufacturer | Exporter



Various Colors Leo Full Body Harness

MOQ - 1 Unit/Units

16 Years

Business Type: Manufacturer | Exporter



HL-1712 Mink Fur Halter and Leads

Price: 2.50 - 6.50 INR (Approx.)

MOQ - 200 Piece/Pieces

3 Years

Business Type: Manufacturer | Exporter



Western Saddle

19 Years

Business Type: Manufacturer | Exporter



Rolled Leather Brown Soft Grip Dog Leash Size: 120 - 180 Cm

Price: 2 USD ($) (Approx.)

MOQ - 100 Piece/Pieces

3 Years

Business Type: Manufacturer | Exporter



Brown Adult Western Premium Leather Treeless Horse Saddle

Price: 590 INR (Approx.)

MOQ - 1 Piece/Pieces

Business Type: Exporter | Trading Company



Black Event Access Ground Protection Mats

Price: 15000 INR (Approx.)

MOQ - 1 Unit/Units

1 Years

Business Type: Manufacturer | Distributor



Black Plain Horse Saddle

Price: 7000.00 - 15000.00 INR (Approx.)

MOQ - 5 Piece/Pieces

2 Years

Business Type: Manufacturer | Distributor



Grizzly Rooster Saddle

4 Years

Business Type: Manufacturer | Exporter



Various Colors Grizzly Rooster Saddle

MOQ - 100 Pack/Packs

1 Years

Business Type: Manufacturer | Distributor



Horse Jumping Pole

Price: 50000.00 - 500000.00 INR (Approx.)

MOQ - 1 Piece/Pieces

1 Years

Business Type: Manufacturer | Distributor



Horse Saddlery

2 Years

Business Type: Manufacturer | Distributor


Vanshraj Industries

Various Colors Corrosions Resistant Metal Saddlery Fitting For Horses

Price: 40.00 - 45.00 INR (Approx.)

MOQ - 1000 Number

2 Years

Business Type: Manufacturer



Harness Goods

15 Years

Business Type: Manufacturer

New Delhi


Leather Hat For Horse Riding

Price: 10 USD ($) (Approx.)

MOQ - 100 Unit/Units

1 Years

Business Type: Manufacturer | Supplier


Relible Saddle International

All Colors Horse Saddle

Price: 12000 INR (Approx.)

MOQ - 2 Piece/Pieces

1 Years

Business Type: Manufacturer


Second May International

Brown Leather Dog Leash

Price: 249 INR (Approx.)

MOQ - 1000 Piece/Pieces

1 Years

Business Type: Manufacturer | Exporter

Greater Noida


High Quality Harness Set

Price: 14500 INR (Approx.)

MOQ - 100 Piece/Pieces

1 Years

Business Type: Manufacturer | Exporter



Gray Horse Shoe

Price: 1500 INR (Approx.)

MOQ - 100 Kilograms/Kilograms

1 Years

Business Type: Manufacturer | Service Provider



Blue Canvas Horse Rug

Price: 3.00 - 10.00 USD ($) (Approx.)

MOQ - 25 Piece/Pieces

15 Years

Business Type: Manufacturer | Distributor


Shree Nand Traders

25MM Base Bar Saddle

Price: 1650 INR (Approx.)

MOQ - 100 Piece/Pieces

1 Years


ZAK International

Leather Horse Bridles

Business Type: Manufacturer | Distributor



Dog Harness

Business Type: Manufacturer | Distributor



180 Gsm Shinny Soft And Plain Poly Cotton Horse Rug Size: 80X65Cm

Price: 1800 INR (Approx.)

MOQ - 50 Piece/Pieces

Business Type: Supplier | Trading Company


Amir International

Pony Cob Full Blue PVC Horse Bridle Complete Set With Rein And Breastplate

Price: 3000 INR (Approx.)

MOQ - 1 Piece/Pieces

Business Type: Manufacturer | Supplier


Alsa Trading Company

10 Inch White Steel Horse Bit

Price: 1 INR (Approx.)

MOQ - 1 Bottle/Bottles

Business Type: Trading Company


Saddlery & Harness Goods Manufacturers | Suppliers in India

Company NameLocationMember Since
Naaz Exports Pvt. Ltd.Kanpur, India19 Years
Hind Medico ProductHowrah, India16 Years
Zanskar Outdoor EquipmentNew Delhi, India15 Years
Nehal Leather WorksKanpur, India15 Years
Aisling InternationalKanpur, India7 Years
Aliya Trading S.LManila, Philippines4 Years
Eastern InternationalKanpur, India3 Years
Olive OverseasKanpur, India3 Years
Ridit GlobalKanpur, India2 Years
Tirupati CordsUnnao, India2 Years

What is Saddlery and Harness Goods?


The term "saddlery" is used by equestrians to describe leather horse equipment such as saddles, bridles, and harnesses. Leather equipment that is used on horses is typically sold in a store called a "tack shop" or "saddlery shop." However, mail orders may be placed from anywhere in the world thanks to current technology. The profession of making and/or selling the leather equipment that is used to ride horses is referred to as saddlery. Some saddle makers and repairers also restore vintage saddles, including side saddles. Although it's not a requirement, some saddle fitters are also professional saddlers.

Uses & Benefits of Saddlery and Harness Goods

A saddle provides the rider with a support structure which is tied to the back of a horse. Specialised saddles can also be made based on the rider but equestrian is the most prevalent type. The saddle can be used on a variety of occasions. Saddles can be used for racing, ranching, riding, cutting events, reining and training.

A good harness has the following qualities:

  • efficiently transmits the pulling force from the working animal to the associated machinery.
  • is rounded, broad, or padded, allowing the weights or pressures to be distributed over a sizable region of the animal's body.
  • lacks sharp edges that could hurt the animal.
  • has joints that are external to the animal's skin.
  • Fits snugly so there will be no rubbing, chaffing, or skin injuries from excessive movement or friction.
  • does not impair the animal's ability to move or perform natural activities like breathing or blood supply to the tissues.
  • is reasonably priced, strong, and simple to clean

Types of Saddles

Make careful to select an English riding saddle rather than a Western-style saddle if you plan to ride in an English discipline. With a range of alternatives for riding, jumping, and shooting saddles, you may receive a saddle tailored just for your discipline. It's also acceptable to invest in a versatile saddle that can be used for English riding. If you compete in events, you probably want a saddle that can be used in all competitions.

Barrel Saddles

Barrel racing is a sport that utilises barrel saddles. In order to hold the rider during those tight, quick spins, they have deep seats. They even have a taller pommel to support the rider and a taller horn for a strong grip. Additionally, a barrel saddle features a taller cantle for added security when making turns. To avoid adding a lot of weight to the horse, barrel saddles are designed to be smaller and lighter. The concept is that you can move more quickly the lighter you are. Having said that, the skirts are typically a lot shorter and are typically rounded.
They frequently have an in-skirt rigging as well. A barrel saddle's primary function is to maintain the rider's comfort and lightweight. Although you cannot rope out of barrel saddles, you may trail ride out of them. If you try roping or dragging out of the horn, it will break because it is not strong enough.

Cutting Saddles

A cutting saddle is designed to keep the rider upright and out of the way of the horse. These saddles offer a great deal of flexibility, allowing the rider to fully delegate work to the horse.
They have a slender, tall horn, a steep pommel, and a low cantle. The seat is mostly level, however, there is a little rise closer to the pommel. Typically, cutting saddles have longer, square skirts. They even occasionally wear two skirts. The tall, narrow horn helps the rider maintain balance and provides a secure grip. The rider has complete movement thanks to the flat seat, and the short cantle prevents the seat from pressing against the rider's back. A cutting saddle is useful for team penning, classifying, and cutting contests. Rigging from a cutting saddle is impossible.

Ranch Cutting Saddles 

These saddles are made to be versatile in the realm of ranching. They can be utilised for ranch chores, arena work, and trail riding. They have a sturdy horn for hauling and a snug seat for comfort all day. Ranch-cutting saddles increase comfort and enable riders to perform several tasks. These saddles are appropriate for cutting contests and other activities. They still have the taller, square skirts and generally heavier saddles. They have been strengthened so that you can use them for roping. They resemble cutting saddles in that they have a bigger horn and pommel. To rope with, the horn is a little bit thicker. The seat is flat with a tiny rise near the pommel, and the cantle remains lower.

Jumping Saddle

This type, as its name suggests, has a design that provides safety and stability when jumping. The jockey can bend his knee and use a shorter stirrup thanks to the saddle's flat seat and forward-cut saddle flaps.

Polo Saddle

You are right; this saddle is utilised for mounting polo games. Its flaps are long and straight, the seat is flatter, and there is no cushioning under the knee to restrict the rider's movement.

General Purpose Saddle

This adaptable choice often referred to as an eventing saddle, can be utilised for a variety of tasks, particularly when participating in flatwork and jumping exercises or taking riding lessons. This saddle is ideal for you if you are a novice who is still picking up the basics of horseback riding.

Things to Consider Before Buying Saddlery and Harness Goods


The kind of saddle you require will depend on your riding technique. English-style horse riders require a saddle designed for their type of English riding. If you wish to narrow down your saddle selection, even more, there are saddles available for each discipline.


The trickier aspect of selecting a saddle is determining a suitable fit. When you ride, a saddle that doesn't fit properly can hurt you, and it can also cause your horse's health and training issues. In addition, a properly fitted saddle is necessary for your best performance. Measure your leg for the saddle size and the gullet of your horse to determine the appropriate size. Your horse will be pinched by the saddle if the gullet is too tight, and the withers will be compressed if it is too wide. When riding, a saddle that is too small will cause you to rub up against the pommel, and a saddle that is too big will make it difficult for you to keep a stable position.


Various materials, such as beech wood, laminated wood, fibreglass, plastic, aluminium, iron, steel, wool, leather, canvas, and synthetics, are used to make saddles. The performance and appearance of the saddle will change over time depending on the quality of the materials.


The price of a saddle varies greatly, from a few thousand rupees to many thousands.
Numerous variables, such as the materials used, the brand name, and whether or not it is built to order, affect the cost. Leather and synthetic saddles are both available. Although it's simple to believe that leather is a good material, not all leather is created equal because there is a wide range of leather quality. However, the materials and fittings on the saddles at this price category are sometimes of lower quality and not built to last. They can serve as a good beginning point for beginners, but if you want to ride competitively, you'll need to invest more money. 

You might wish to start with recommendations when you start your saddle-buying trip. To find out what saddles are being discussed, check reviews, articles, forums, and sometimes even Facebook groups. Finding a saddle doesn't have to be a brand-new endeavour. Additionally, just because you want to purchase a saddle online does not prohibit you from physically trying out a few. Ask anyone you know who ridesa friends, family, your trainera if you can try out their saddle. This will enable you to develop a general understanding of various saddle kinds. Naturally, you should collect accurate measurements and inquire about the shop's return policy. To guarantee that you are happy with your purchase, most stores accept returns for non-custom items that are still in their original packaging. When you receive the saddle, you should also try it on your horse to make sure it fits properly.

FAQs: Saddlery & Harness Goods

Question: What materials are used to make saddles?

Answer: Cowhide is the most frequent skin for use in saddle manufacturing. Girth straps, Flaps, and stirrup leathers were generally fashioned from animal skins derived from cattle, pigs, sheep, or deer. Steel, aluminium, iron, laminated wood, fibreglass, beech wood, and plastic can all be used to make saddle trees. Panels are mostly made out of plastic foam, rubber, or linen while seats are typically fashioned from canvas, felt, and wool.

Question: What are synthetic saddles made of?

Answer: Cordura is used to make saddles. The fabric Cordura is incredibly strong and resistant to tears, scuffs, and abrasions. Compared to cotton duck, normal polyester, and standard nylon, Cordura is 10 times as durable as the latter two.

Question: What is a saddle maker called?

Answer: The person who makes Saddle is called Saddlemaker.


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