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Dusty Johnson
2870 W Granite Park Dr
Prescott, AZ  86305

Phone:(928) 515-3029
Fax: 888-874-1030

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Dusty Johnson
2870 W Granite Park Dr
Prescott, AZ  86305

Phone:(928) 515-3029
Fax: 888-874-1030






"Historic Parade saddles for the discriminating collector" 

Museum Tour of Silver Saddles

(DO NOT MISS THIS !  click on picture above ) 

(Click on any picture for a larger view )


For Sale  --   Very, Very Collectible

For the serious collector !


(another parade saddle coming soon)

This is a most unusual Ted Flowers Parade Saddle! It was made to be used on a smaller horse or Hackney Pony. Not truly a “pony saddle” but better classified as a “Youth Saddle”. It was made for two youngsters in Ohio and ridden in the early 1960s. Two of the photos show them receiving show trophies and give a better idea of the scale of the saddle.. I have a bit of the history of the saddle and ... the costumes they wore. These costumes are available at a slight additional cost and make a terrific display with the saddle and its parts..

I have just completed a full restoration of this rare saddle. It has new leather lining throughout including fenders, breast collar, serapes and new sheepskin under the skirts. The breast collar and serapes have brand new drops (made with the old silver, of course) and the bridle is duplicated from the original with the old silver. The metal throughout is a combination of German Silver and Monel.

What a terrific rig for your young show/parade rider or use it as a marvelous decorator item in your home or office. I guarantee you will never see another like it !!

Here are the size details:

Seat size  12” -- Fork width  12” -- Cantle  3” -- Gullet - 5”

Bars 17” -- Skirts 12 1/2” x 23 -- Tapaderos  19” -- Serapes  11” x 31”

Breast Collar  3 3/4” x 31”

This saddle is as new as any 50 year old rig can be with new leather linings and fully oiled and polished. It still shows enough “experience” to enhance its collectible value and to remain a centerpiece in your collections.

If you are buying or selling a silver saddle  phone me
(928) 515-3029

Questions ?  Phone me direct at (928) 515-3029 in Prescott, Arizona, for more details.


   This is a BIG page.  Be sure to roll down all the way down for more saddles in the ARCHIVE section.

For "My saddle is in VERY GOOD condition !" and History information   please click here.              

Most of the Parade Saddles that I  sell were created by famous makers Ted Flowers and Bruce Lovis.  They made saddles 50 years ago using German Silver, Monel, Nickel and Aluminum metals.  This was less expensive and more durable than Sterling, but looks like silver.   I refurbish each rig as completely as possible while maintaining the original parts.   These saddles weigh approximately 75 pounds including serapes, breast collar, etc.   I have restored and sold over 211 of  these Flowers & Lovins  parade saddles.   If you are searching  for a parade saddle or have one to sell please contact me immediately.   All saddles are oiled, tightened and fully polished and refurbished or restored as needed before delivery.  I also do insurance appraisals for a small fee.    Call me if you have any questions.  

          Archive Photos below - These saddles have been SOLD to collectors 

  Enjoy looking at the details of these wonderful examples of true Americana from the 1950's and '60's .      (click any picture for a larger detail view)         

                                                                                       (For the privacy of my clients I NEVER quote prices on the Internet) 

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Due to current equipment liability laws ALL saddles sold from my shop are "For Display Only". 

 As with any type of equine equipment "Ride at your own risk".