How To Make Cowboy Horse Gear Book
1956 | 186 pp | Illustrations | Glossary | Bibliography | 5.5×8.5 | Paper | 978-0-87033-034-6
Written by a man who made a lifelong study of leather craft and rawhide work, How to Make Cowboy Horse Gear is the answer to many requests for how-to-do-it information from cowboys, horsemen in "show" business, dude ranchers, and many other people interested in riding horses and their gear.
Bridles, hackamores, reins, reatas, quirts, and riding crops are among the articles of gear that can be made using this well-illustrated book as a guide. Most of the pieces described here are made of rawhide; however, leather thongs and plastic string can be worked in the same manner. Clear and detailed drawings show from beginning to end how to make the articles of gear the horseman uses to "work or show" his horse to best advantage.