Clifford Wade, whose family came west on the Oregon Trail, had a saddle, made by an unknown maker, that his dad brought with him from the east. Tom Dorrance, who lived in Wallowa County, Oregon, cowboyed with Clifford and admired Clifford's livestock handling ability and the saddle Clifford rode that he had inherited from his dad. Wade saddle for a low-withered horse, wood/rawhide tree from Rod Nikkel 7/8 double inskirt rig custom 3" flatbottom stirrups emblazoned with customer's brand from Nettles Stirrups. The Cowboy. Working saddle for a Montana cowboy 58 Wade tree, inskirt rigging, 7/8 double rig, 15-1/2" seat, all roughout, all stainless steel hardware . The Cowboy 2.