McClellan Saddles

1859 McClellan Saddle

Built on new wood tree, covered with rawhide. This is an 1859 model tree built on modified Quarter Horse bars that will fit today’s horses. Saddle comes complete with correct iron hardware, hooded stirrups, fenders, skirts, complete rigging assembly and a set of six coat straps. I have learned that harness leather holds up the best, to the abuse these saddles take by the average reenactor. I have tried skirting leather leather and it doesn’t hold up. Girth sold separately.

11″, 11 1/2″, and 12″ seat sizes available.
3″ or 4″ stirrups available.
Also available in russet leather.

$1249.00 credit card price
$1199.00 cash, check, or money order

A black and purple equestrian girth lies on a beige surface.

1859 Girth

Made with authentic 4 1/2″ wool webbing.
Correct Hardware


1872 McClellan Saddle

Built on new wooden tree with modified Quarter Horse bars.
Entire tree covered with leather. My covering is formed, molded, and glued to the tree. It is solid and won’t move around. Machine and handsewn.Correct iron hardware, complete rigging assembly, hooded stirrups, and a set of six coat straps.
11 1/2″ or 12″ seat available.
3″ or 4″ stirrups available.


1874 McClellan Saddle

This is the same saddle as the 1872 except it features brass hardware and “US” embossed stirrup hoods and fenders.
11 1/2″ or 12″ seat available.

$1,650.00 with fenders
$1,599.00 without fenders

A blue and orange equestrian girth with black leather ends and metal buckles laying on a grey surface.

1872 McClellen Girth

I have a limited supply of linen webbing to make these girths.


Coat Straps
Correct buckles sewn on.
Black or Russet available
Black or brass bar buckles, horseshoe buckles, or roller buckles available.

Set of six $60.00
Individual $10.00

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