Possibilities for the New Year

Possibilities for the New Year

August 17, 2018

Reflections on last year linger in your mind, but anticipation for this year overrules and catapults possibilities to the forefront.  Be inspired to Win; Connolly Saddles are Perfect for the adventurous spirit of the active lifestyle and intended for those who embrace it.

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Saddles – How Do I Know It Fits?

Saddles – How Do I Know It Fits?

October 26, 2015

The expression "it fits like a glove" is universal to describe comfort because of fit.  A saddle the sits uniformly on the horses back "fits like a glove".  There are no gaps; no pinch; no rock; just a smooth overall feel.

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Connolly Saddlery...Buy a Legacy

October 26, 2015

The self-imposed standards of our family-owned saddle company are exemplified by the intricacy of our hand-made, hand-tooled saddles...a symbol of excellence...passed down over the generations.  To see a Granddaughter or Grandson get their new Connolly saddle - just like their Grandparents or Mom and Dad did - tugs at heart-strings.

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What sets the Connolly saddles apart from other saddles

October 26, 2015

Quality is always Number One priority with Connolly's.  Our saddles are custom, hand-crafted, built-to-use. Saddle fit is our specialty.  The perfect horse, rider, saddle combination allows Peak Performance.

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The Gloves of a Champion

The Gloves of a Champion

October 26, 2015

World Champion Bull Rider Shane Proctor knows what it takes to be a Champion.  He demands the best of himself and his equipment.  Durability and fit stand out as the number one reasons bull riders use Tiffany gloves. Tiffany specializes in custom tanned deer and elk hides to make their gloves.   Other gloves only last maybe 10 rides; the quality of Tiffany’s lets you get 30 or 40 rides.  

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Does This Boot Fit?

August 13, 2015

Four things assure your boot fits correctly.  The vamp should fit snug over the top of your foot's arch.  The ball of your foot should sit at the widest part of the boot.  The heel should slip a little at first. Try on both boots and fit your larger foot!

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