Custom Saddles & Tack
We build custom hand made saddles, Western, English, Icelandic, Bareback, Treeless Saddles
you name it – we build it
to fit you AND your horse.
Repair of Saddles & Tack
We repair all saddles, Western, English, Icelandic, Bareback, Treeless Saddles. In a lot of cases we can even fix a broken tree!
We also do English saddle flocking and Western saddle resheering as well as repair of all tack and harness.
An improperly fitting saddle may create pressure points on the horse’s back muscle and causes the horse pain.
This can lead to the horse, the rider, or both getting injured.
Tapaderos, Breast Collars, Stirrup Hobbles, Saddle Bags, Horn Bags, Halters, Hobbles, Straps & Billets,
Chaps & Chinks, Spur Straps
YOU DREAM IT ...
We are a family business located in Whonnock, Maple Ridge British Columbia. We started 1989 under the name "Beaver Mountain Traders" and changed it into "Beaver Mountain Works" in 1993. Since 2002 "Beaver Mountain Works" has also been doing business as
LEATHER MARK SADDLERY
for the saddlery and leather tack products.
We create quality custom saddles and tack, each item is handmade using top quality materials.
We also repair and restore your tack.
made from top quality materials
from the hide to the finished product
each piece exhibits a genuine uniqueness.
We produce each item to your specifications
Conny Graf Lewis
We got a saddle in from a client who left the saddle on their horse while the horse was transported in the trailer. This is a common practice by a lot of folks but it can end up badly. The horse is luckily ok but the saddle is not as you can see in this Read more about Damage on a Western Saddle after leaving it on the horse during transport[…]
Part of going horseback riding involves a thorough inspection of your saddle and tack before hand to make sure they are safe. Your life depends on it! Learn to spot an unsafe or even dangerous saddle. In this video, Mark shows you an area most people miss when checking whether their saddle is safe. The Read more about Unsafe Saddle: Rear jockey not attached to rigging[…]
Getting ready for the new riding season involves a thorough inspection of your saddle and tack to make sure they are safe. Your life depends on it.