Ty Mitchell, part of barrel racing legend Martha Josey’s Team Josey, has created the Renegade Barrel built on the Josey Ultimate wood tree to keep you correct, balanced, and in stride with your horse. New look for 2016! The bicycle faux gator seat pairs beautifully with the new chocolate leather and copper conchos with copper spots. CThe dished center pocket seat help hold the rider in correct position, keeps horn available, and allows you to stay in stride with the horse. The 4″ forward slanted horn helps to push down into your turn and pull up coming out of the turn and free-swing, forward hung stirrup leathers keeps your feet forward preventing the rider from being thrown forward and off balance, and wide rubber grip aluminum stirrups for balance and comfort. 3-Way Adjustable In-skirt rigging lets you choose which rigging position best suits your horse. Close contact cut-out skirt shape for precise cueing with short show billets.
Special features: Built for superior fit, comfort and minimal weight for both horse and rider. Aluminum stirrups with rubber treads; rawhide braided horn; roughout seat jockey and fenders for grip; crystal mosaic conchos with silver spot trim. Beautifully tooled with choice of rich regular oil color or deep chocolate (as pictured). Close contact skirt shape for more precise cueing of your horse.
“Quality, Craftsmanship, Style… Demand the best – I do! I’ll only ride in a Circle Y because of the way the saddles fit our horses and help riders from beginner to advanced keep a correct seat.” – Martha Josey
Martha Josey is a living legend within barrel racing through her competitive accomplishments and also through her highly sought after year-round clinics. She is am 11-Time NFR Qualifier Barrel Racer, NFR World Champion 1980, WPRA and NBHA Champion, Olympic Gold Medalist Barrel Racer, and Clinician.
Proper saddle fit is first priority. Use these general guidelines to help you decide which tree fit your horse needs. For more detailed information, please view our SaddleFittingGuide-CircleY2016.pdf
Medium: recommended for a horse with a defined wither
Wide: recommended for a horse with a round, or mutton, wither