Rodeo's First Hornless
- Dimensions: 13"H x 12"W x 9.5"D
- Edition size: 100
- Additional information: This sculpture by the artist Earl W. Bascom, sculpted in 1982, shows a rodeo saddle which the artist designed and made in 1922. As a saddlemaker, Earl Bascom first carved the tree of the original saddle and then covered it with leather tanned by his father, who was also a saddle maker and leather worker. This saddle was used by the artist during his rodeo career. The unique design of this saddle was made Earl Bascom internationally known in the rodeo world. The hornless bronc saddle, first designed by Earl Bascom, remains the standard gear at rodeos world-wide. This sculpture replicates in miniature the original of 1922.
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* All bases can be custom ordered with marble, onyx, wood, granite, or combinations to meet order. Bases currently available are wood, onyx, marble (grey, green, and tan), and granite(black only). There is also available for order a layered base made of onyx between layers of marble.