In 1953, a young Billy Cook first opened his own saddle shop in Greenville, TX. That year he built seventy-five saddles. Over the next few years, Billy’s business kept growing, and in order to keep up with demand he partnered with Potts-Longhorn and production was scaled to 1,200 saddles a year by the end of the 1950s.
Then as now, every saddle made under the purview of Billy Cook was stamped with a “Billy Cook Maker” makers mark. These saddles are meticulously hand tooled on sturdy saddle trees, and production was never allowed to exceed a volume which could not be inspected by him personally as the manager of production. Billy Cook’s saddles have always been intended to be an icon of affordable quality craftsmanship and functionality desired by the majority of horsemen and women.
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