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 first of a series of miniature bronzes replicating bareback riggings throughout history. All bronzes stand about 3 1/2″ tall not including latigos or cinch. Price $500.


“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. This bronze is now available. Price $475.




“The 1911”,   Triple handhold.

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 now in bronze and available at $475. Only 12 will be cast.


“The Dance Of The Golden Rein”

This bronze is a replica of a G-G bronc saddle from the early 70’s. It stands 8″ tall and is about 8 1/2″ long.  The price is $975 plus shipping. It comes with an autographed copy of the poem, “The Dance Of The Golden Rein”. The poem can be reviewed on the poetry page.


“The Dance Of The Golden Rein”

“Daddy’s Hat”

This little bronze was created as a tribute to my daughter Shelly and stands about 7″ tall. Price is $600.00

“Fix’n The Binds”

This small sculpture was a tribute to my son Joel and stands about 5 1/2″ tall. Now used only for the Honoree gift for the National Bareback Riding Hall Of Fame rather than a buckle.

“The Eye Of The Storm”

This 10″ tall bronze is a representation of a young ABBI bull that my wife owns part interest in. His name is “Wild Eyes”. Price: $1200.00 + shipping.