Western Saddles and Tack

The history of Western saddles and Western tack reflects the working relationship between horse and rider. From the earliest days of horseback riding some 4,000 years ago, intrepid horsemen rode bareback. Over time, improvements based on necessity helped the saddle cloth evolve into simple leather saddles. For hunting, battle, and general riding comfort, saddles with stirrups made horsemanship easier. As the relationship between horses and people grew into a formidable force, riding tack continued to change and improve. Today's Western saddle evolved from the needs of cowboys who were responsible for managing livestock. Throughout civilization, saddles and tack have been modified to fit the jobs of horses and riders.

At Mary's Tack and Feed, you will find Western saddles and tack that fit every discipline of horseback riding, including the simple, everyday enjoyment of riding your horse at home. Every rider knows that it is important to own a reliable saddle that's a perfect fit for both the horse and rider. It's especially vital if you'll be in the saddle for long periods of time, riding over rough terrain or while competing. That's why we offer such a wide selection of Western saddles and tack.

Discover this Selection of Western Saddles & Tack

At Mary's Tack and Feed, you'll discover high quality Western tack that is ideal for barrel racing, cutting cattle, Western Pleasure classes or just spending an invigorating afternoon on the trail enjoying nature. Whether you require a Western saddle for everyday use on the ranch or one that will make you stand out in an equestrian competition, you'll find exactly what you are looking for at Mary's Tack and Feed. Choose from leather or synthetic saddles, with simple designs or classic tooling and conchos. There's a saddle to fit everyone's budget, as well as their Western riding needs.

Since 1963, Mary's Tack and Feed in Del Mar, CA has been offering riders the best quality riding equipment. What started out as a 600-square-foot California storefront has grown to a more than 12,000-square-foot superstore! And thanks to the convenience of the internet, the Western saddle and tack selection is accessible to people all over.