This is the first of a series of bronzes that will be created celebrating just a few of the many designs of bareback riggins' in the exhibit. These bronzes will be sold by private order only and will be numbered and signed. Various mounts will be available soon including one that will have room for a buckle display.

“The Scars Of A Road Well Traveled”.



“The 1911 Triple hand hold”

This is one of the first bareback riggins’ ever used and directly followed the use of a loose rope.  This small sculpture done in 1/4th scale is still in the clay form and will be cast in bronze soon.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        “The Cross Pack”                                                                                                                 This riggin, built on a Dixon body has a cross hand hold built by Dennis George and was used by Larry Mahan in the early 70’s.  When bronzed it will be complete with cinch and latigos.  All bronzes have a lead time of about 90 days and require a 50% down payment.