These riders choose the Tucker brand for the comfort, durability, and fit for horse and rider. They use our saddles everyday, ride thousands of miles per year, and contribute to research and development. They are the ambassadors of the Tucker brand.
Tom Seay, host and trailmaster for Best Of America By Horseback seen on RFD-TV, takes viewers to beautiful riding destinations all over the country. The show features the trails, area history, local riders, location facilities and beautiful scenery. Visit their website for a list of locations that have lots of places that welcome you and your equine companion at campgrounds, parks, ranches, retreats and overnight facilities.
Tom has ridden more than 50,000 miles in a Tucker. “I’ve ridden thousands of miles all over this country. The saddle I choose is a Tucker Saddle.” – Tom Seay
Watch Best of America By Horseback on RFD-TV Thursday’s at 1 p.m. CST.
Plan your next riding destination at www.BestOfAmericaByHorseback.com
Gillian Larson is the youngest woman to ever solo thru-ride the Pacific Crest Trail. She has twice completed the 2,650 miles of the PCT alone on horseback with the same AQHA mare, Shyla. She continues to seek equestrian wilderness adventures throughout the U.S. in her Tucker saddle, and April 12th began a new thru-ride on the Arizona Trail. It began at the Mexican border and spans the length of the state to cross the Grand Canyon and end in Utah.
“Wherever my horse and I go, Tucker takes me there!” – Gillian Larson
You can see Gillian’s latest trail thru-ride and followe her blog at PacificCrestQuest.org or follow her @thru-rider feed on Instagram.
For Bernice, long riding is not a job or a hobby, it is her life and her passion. Unlike other long riders that have undertaken a ride as a once-in-a-lifetime thing, Bernice has been long riding since 2005, with more than 28,000 miles! Bernice has ridden more than 10,000 miles in a single Tucker saddle and ridden more than 20,000 miles in a Tucker.
“Here I am at the end of 10,000 miles and I want another Tucker saddle. It’s light durable and beautiful. I hope it’s on Essie for another 10,000 miles. It’s my chair, it’s my bed, it’s an intimate part of my life. It takes abuse. If I can take the abuse of long riding, it can take the abuse of weekend rides.” – Bernice Ende
To learn more about Bernice Ende and follow her travels, visit her website at endeofthetrail.com.
“Since I first started riding in my Tucker saddle, I’ve spent more hours in the saddle than I ever have and I’m liking it more each ride. I have yet to find a horse it does not fit well.” – Brad Harter
Visit www.PleasantHillProductions.com to learn more