Team Slone Saddles

Slone Saddles is excited to have a team of professional rodeo athletes that represent us in their arena events! These champions are our product advocates and testers. They believe in the brand! Slone Saddles stands firmly on the promise that our saddles and products are Fit to Win, and when rodeo is your career, that promise is crucial.



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 Ace Slone

Ace Slone

Ace Slone is a PRCA Tie-Down Roper from Cuero, TX. Ace graduated from Mays School of Business at Texas A&M University in 2011 with a degree in Ag Business. Ace joined the PRCA in 2010, and was awarded the PRCA Resistol All-Around and Tie-Down Roping Rookie of the Year accolades. In 2012, Ace won the YMBL Championship Rodeo (Beaumont, TX) and the Jayhawker Roundup Rodeo (Hill City, KS). In 2015, Ace won the Comal County Fair and Rodeo, and in 2016 he won the Ogden (Utah) Pioneer Days, and the Ute Stampede. In 2017, Ace won the La Fiesta de los Vaqueros (Tucson, AZ), won the Killdeer Mountain Roundup Rodeo, and split a win at the Oakley Independence Day Rodeo in Oakley City, UT. Ace also added a win at the California Rodeo Salinas to his rodeo resume! When he is not on the road roping, Ace enjoys hunting, fishing and playing golf.

“I first gave Slone Saddles a try simply because my dad insisted.  I was skeptical but figured I liked the name, so what the heck…  It turns out that Slone Saddles have more than just the name going for them.  They are truly the best fitting, and best riding Saddles on the market.”

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Cassidy Kruse

Cassidy Kruse is a WNFR Barrel Racer from Gillette, WY. Cassidy joined the WPRA in 2014, but time did not stop her in her accomplishments. In 2015, Cassidy entered her first Wrangler NFR, ranked eighth in the race for the world title. She placed in 6 of the 10 rounds at the WNFR and this boosted her to finish the year ranked fifth in the world! Her accomplishments continued in 2016 as she won the finals of the 2016 Clark Country Fair and Rodeo in Logandale, NV, and finished third at the Wrangler Champions Challenge in Pueblo, CO. Cassidy gives an enormous amount of credit and love to her father, Ray Kruse. He had a love and determination to see his daughter excel on the rodeo road. Cassidy also credits Martha Josey for helping her become the racer she is. Cassidy loves and cares for her horses J.J., a 16-year old gelding, Ellie, an 11-year old mare, and Scooter.

“I seemed to have a lot of my horses getting sore backs with as hard as they run and work. When I started using Slone Saddles, it helped my horses and improved their soreness. That really matters when we go down the road all year long!”

See What Cassidy Is Riding



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Cassidy Kruse


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Clay Smith

Clay Smith

Clay Smith is a 2x WNFR Team Roper. Clay’s career highlights started at an early age, when his roping skills led him to winning 3 trucks by the age of 15! Clay won the Denver and Fort Worth Rodeos in 2016, and he is a 2x Reserve Timed Event Champion. Clay placed in six rounds to rank second at the 2016 WNFR. In 2017, Clay won the Wrangler Champions Challenge in Rapid City, SD, won the Black Hills Roundup (Belle Fourche, SD), won the Spanish Fork (Utah) Fiesta Days Rodeo, and split a win at Greeley, CO. Clay is named after ProRodeo Hall of Famer Clay O’Brien Cooper, who is also his rodeo idol.

“Slone Saddles fit my horses well and help my horse pull. My horses can take a jerk run after run and they don’t get sore. Not only are Slone Saddles good for my horses, they are good for the roper as well!”

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Cody Quaney

Cody Quaney is a PRCA Tie-Down Roper from Cheney, KS. He won the Buffalo Bill Rodeo in North Platte, NE, in 2012 and 2017. In 2013, Cody won the Longford, KS Rodeo and in 2014, he won the Bennington, KS PRCA Rodeo. Cody won the Prairie Circuit in 2016, qualifying him for his first appearance at the Ram National Circuit Finals. When not competing, Cody enjoys playing basketball and golf. Cody gives credit to past PRCA cowboys Phil Haugen and Randal Graf for helping him in developing his roping skills.

“I was fortunate enough to win a Tod Slone certificate at the age of 14. I ordered a custom saddle at that time and still ride it today. Slone Saddles seem to have a quality that allows them to stay durable throughout the years and most importantly they have a comfortable fit for me and my horses.”

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Cody Quaney



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Colby Lovell

Colby Lovell

Colby Lovell is a 6X WNFR Team Roper from Madisonville, TX. Colby started roping when he was only four years old, and won his first buckle at seven! Colby joined the PRCA in 2006 and success has followed him ever since. In 2013, he won Round 8 of the WNFR with a time of 4.2 seconds and placed in four other rounds, finishing 11th in the world standings. In 2014 he won the Los Fresnos, TX, PRCA Rodeo and in 2015 he won the Justin Boots Championship in Omaha, NE. In 2015 he placed in six rounds to rank 12th at the Wrangler NFR, and finished sixth in the world standings. In 2016, Colby won the Rancho Mission Viejo Rodeo in San Juan Capistrano, CA. Additionally, he placed in two rounds to rank 12th at the 2016 Wrangler NFR. When he’s not on the road, Colby enjoys playing basketball and hog hunting.

“Slone Saddles have a comfortable feel that always leads to prosperity and gives confidence to both my horses and me while competing!”

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Justin Maass

Justin Maass is an 8x WNFR Tie-Down Roping qualifier from Giddings, TX. He is a 3x San Angelo Roping Fiesta, Spicer Gripp, and Windy Ryon Champion. Justin is a 2x Houston Livestock Show & Rodeo Champion and is a 2x Champion at the National Western Stock Show and Rodeo in Denver, CO. He has also won the San Antonio Rodeo as well as the Austin, TX Rodeo. Justin
placed in four rounds at the 2012 WNFR and was the 2012 Tie-Down Roping Reserve World Champion! Justin graduated from Wharton County Junior College with an Associate Degree in Farm and Ranch Management. Justin enjoys watching baseball, playing sports, and spending time with his daughter, Addy.

“I’ve ridden Tod Slone saddles since 1996. In my opinion they are the most dependable saddles on the market.”

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Justin Maass



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Pamela Capper

Pamela Capper

Pamela Capper is a WNFR Barrel Racer from Cheney, WA. She has had many accomplishments across the board starting in 2011 when she won the year-end and average in the Columbia River Circuit. Pam then went on to secure her title of year-end and average champion for four more years! In 2012, Pam won the Othello, WA, PRCA Rodeo and the Harley Tucker Award. Pam won the Pasadena Livestock Show and Rodeo in 2016 with a blazing 15.76 run. However, one of Pamela’s most prestigious accomplishments was entering her first Wrangler NFR ranked 11 th in the world standings in 2016. She won the first round at her first NFR appearance with a time of 13.75 seconds and went on to place in three other rounds. Pam shares credit for her accomplishments with her talented mare, Jesse. Pam prides herself in the breeding and training of Jesse. Jesse was a phenomenal athlete that helped Pam accrue her accomplishments on the rodeo trail and will be greatly missed.

“Slone Saddles are the only saddles and saddle pads I trust on my horses to run comfortably and competitively!”

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Chase Tryan

Chase Tryan is a WNFR Team Roper from Helena, MT. Chase placed in five rounds of his first Wrangler National Finals Rodeo in 2012 and finished fourth in the world standings. In 2013, he won the Reno (NV) Rodeo and the Austin (TX) Rodeo. In 2017, Chase won the San Angelo Rodeo and the Montana (Great Falls) Pro Rodeo Circuit Finals, qualifying him for his first trip to Kissimmee, FL for the Ram National Circuit Finals. Chase takes great care of his primary competition horse, Friendly, and when he is not competing he enjoys playing basketball and hunting.

“Slone saddles fit my horses to consistently take the jerk better than any saddle I have used. They are the most comfortable saddles I have used!”

See What Chase Is Riding

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Chase Tryan


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Cole Davison

Cole Davison

Cole Davison is a PRCA Team Roper. His rodeo career highlights include winning the 2014 Rancho Mission Viejo Rodeo and the Ogden (Utah) Pioneer Days Rodeo. In 2015, he won the Hand Hills Lake Rodeo, the Black Diamond Legends Rodeo, and the Bozeman Stampede. In 2016, Cole won the Cowboy Capital of the World PRCA Rodeo and in 2017 he won the Grande Prairie Stompede. Cole graduated from Sam Houston State University in Huntsville, Texas with a degree in Business. When Cole is not competing, he trains horses and teaches team roping. His favorite rodeo is the San Antonio Stock Show & Rodeo, and his favorite book and movie is The Lone Survivor.

“I have ridden Slone Saddles for 14 years now.  In those years I have had many different horses with many different backs. Slone Saddles always have the answer to keep my horse and myself ready to win.”

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Scott Snedecor

Scott Snedecor is a 15x NSFR qualifier and a 2x Steer Roping World Champion. He won Round 8 at the 2013 Clem McSpadden NFSR and placed in five other rounds to finish sixth in the world standings. In 2014, Scott won three rounds at the NFSR, including a rodeo-best run of 9.1 seconds in Round 2. Scott has had many accomplishments at the Clem McSpadden NFSR as he placed in four rounds in 2015 and finished 5th in the world, won Round 9 and placed in 6 rounds in 2016, finishing 5th in the world. In 2015, Scott won the Ram Texas Circuit Finals Rodeo and the Dodge City Roundup. In 2017, he won the San Antonio Stock Show and Rodeo and the West of the Pecos Rodeo. Scott is a 2x recipient of the AQHA/PRCA Steer Roping Horse of the Year Award. In his free time, Scott enjoys spending time with his family, hunting, traveling, and watching his favorite NBA team, the San Antonio Spurs.

“I have chosen Slone Saddles for the last 21 years of my career. The quality is second to none.  The comfort for myself as well as the horse it sets on is outstanding. I appreciate the first class staff that I get to deal with when designing the perfect saddle.”

See What Scott Is Riding


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Scott Snedecor



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 Ace Slone

Ace Slone

Ace Slone is a PRCA Tie-Down Roper from Cuero, TX. Ace graduated from Mays School of Business at Texas A&M University in 2011 with a degree in Ag Business. Ace joined the PRCA in 2010, and was awarded the PRCA Resistol All-Around and Tie-Down Roping Rookie of the Year accolades. In 2012, Ace won the YMBL Championship Rodeo (Beaumont, TX) and the Jayhawker Roundup Rodeo (Hill City, KS). In 2015, Ace won the Comal County Fair and Rodeo, and in 2016 he won the Ogden (Utah) Pioneer Days, and the Ute Stampede. In 2017, Ace won the La Fiesta de los Vaqueros (Tucson, AZ), won the Killdeer Mountain Roundup Rodeo, and split a win at the Oakley Independence Day Rodeo in Oakley City, UT. Ace also added a win at the California Rodeo Salinas to his rodeo resume! When he is not on the road roping, Ace enjoys hunting, fishing and playing golf.

“I first gave Slone Saddles a try simply because my dad insisted.  I was skeptical but figured I liked the name, so what the heck…  It turns out that Slone Saddles have more than just the name going for them.  They are truly the best fitting, and best riding Saddles on the market.”

See What Ace Is Riding

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Cassidy Kruse

Cassidy Kruse

Cassidy Kruse is a WNFR Barrel Racer from Gillette, WY. Cassidy joined the WPRA in 2014, but time did not stop her in her accomplishments. In 2015, Cassidy entered her first Wrangler NFR, ranked eighth in the race for the world title. She placed in 6 of the 10 rounds at the WNFR and this boosted her to finish the year ranked fifth in the world! Her accomplishments continued in 2016 as she won the finals of the 2016 Clark Country Fair and Rodeo in Logandale, NV, and finished third at the Wrangler Champions Challenge in Pueblo, CO. Cassidy gives an enormous amount of credit and love to her father, Ray Kruse. He had a love and determination to see his daughter excel on the rodeo road. Cassidy also credits Martha Josey for helping her become the racer she is. Cassidy loves and cares for her horses J.J., a 16-year old gelding, Ellie, an 11-year old mare, and Scooter.

“I seemed to have a lot of my horses getting sore backs with as hard as they run and work. When I started using Slone Saddles, it helped my horses and improved their soreness. That really matters when we go down the road all year long!”

See What Cassidy Is Riding

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Clay Smith

Clay Smith

Clay Smith is a 2x WNFR Team Roper. Clay’s career highlights started at an early age, when his roping skills led him to winning 3 trucks by the age of 15! Clay won the Denver and Fort Worth Rodeos in 2016, and he is a 2x Reserve Timed Event Champion. Clay placed in six rounds to rank second at the 2016 WNFR. In 2017, Clay won the Wrangler Champions Challenge in Rapid City, SD, won the Black Hills Roundup (Belle Fourche, SD), won the Spanish Fork (Utah) Fiesta Days Rodeo, and split a win at Greeley, CO. Clay is named after ProRodeo Hall of Famer Clay O’Brien Cooper, who is also his rodeo idol.

“Slone Saddles fit my horses well and help my horse pull. My horses can take a jerk run after run and they don’t get sore. Not only are Slone Saddles good for my horses, they are good for the roper as well!”

See What Clay Is Riding

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Cody Quaney

Cody Quaney

Cody Quaney is a PRCA Tie-Down Roper from Cheney, KS. He won the Buffalo Bill Rodeo in North Platte, NE, in 2012 and 2017. In 2013, Cody won the Longford, KS Rodeo and in 2014, he won the Bennington, KS PRCA Rodeo. Cody won the Prairie Circuit in 2016, qualifying him for his first appearance at the Ram National Circuit Finals. When not competing, Cody enjoys playing basketball and golf. Cody gives credit to past PRCA cowboys Phil Haugen and Randal Graf for helping him in developing his roping skills.

“I was fortunate enough to win a Tod Slone certificate at the age of 14. I ordered a custom saddle at that time and still ride it today. Slone Saddles seem to have a quality that allows them to stay durable throughout the years and most importantly they have a comfortable fit for me and my horses.”

See What Cody Is Riding

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Colby Lovell

Colby Lovell

Colby Lovell is a 6X WNFR Team Roper from Madisonville, TX. Colby started roping when he was only four years old, and won his first buckle at seven! Colby joined the PRCA in 2006 and success has followed him ever since. In 2013, he won Round 8 of the WNFR with a time of 4.2 seconds and placed in four other rounds, finishing 11th in the world standings. In 2014 he won the Los Fresnos, TX, PRCA Rodeo and in 2015 he won the Justin Boots Championship in Omaha, NE. In 2015 he placed in six rounds to rank 12th at the Wrangler NFR, and finished sixth in the world standings. In 2016, Colby won the Rancho Mission Viejo Rodeo in San Juan Capistrano, CA. Additionally, he placed in two rounds to rank 12th at the 2016 Wrangler NFR. When he’s not on the road, Colby enjoys playing basketball and hog hunting.

“Slone Saddles have a comfortable feel that always leads to prosperity and gives confidence to both my horses and me while competing!”

See What Colby Is Riding

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Justin Maass

Justin Maass

Justin Maass is an 8x WNFR Tie-Down Roping qualifier from Giddings, TX. He is a 3x San Angelo Roping Fiesta, Spicer Gripp, and Windy Ryon Champion. Justin is a 2x Houston Livestock Show & Rodeo Champion and is a 2x Champion at the National Western Stock Show and Rodeo in Denver, CO. He has also won the San Antonio Rodeo as well as the Austin, TX Rodeo. Justin
placed in four rounds at the 2012 WNFR and was the 2012 Tie-Down Roping Reserve World Champion! Justin graduated from Wharton County Junior College with an Associate Degree in Farm and Ranch Management. Justin enjoys watching baseball, playing sports, and spending time with his daughter, Addy.

“I’ve ridden Tod Slone saddles since 1996. In my opinion they are the most dependable saddles on the market.”

See What Justin Is Riding

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Pamela Capper

Pamela Capper

Pamela Capper is a WNFR Barrel Racer from Cheney, WA. She has had many accomplishments across the board starting in 2011 when she won the year-end and average in the Columbia River Circuit. Pam then went on to secure her title of year-end and average champion for four more years! In 2012, Pam won the Othello, WA, PRCA Rodeo and the Harley Tucker Award. Pam won the Pasadena Livestock Show and Rodeo in 2016 with a blazing 15.76 run. However, one of Pamela’s most prestigious accomplishments was entering her first Wrangler NFR ranked 11th in the world standings in 2016. She won the first round at her first NFR appearance with a time of 13.75 seconds and went on to place in three other rounds. Pam shares credit for her accomplishments with her talented mare, Jesse. Pam prides herself in the breeding and training of Jesse. Jesse was a phenomenal athlete that helped Pam accrue her accomplishments on the rodeo trail and will be greatly missed.

“Slone Saddles are the only saddles and saddle pads I trust on my horses to run comfortably and competitively!”

See What Pamela Is Riding

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Chase Tryan

Chase Tryan

Chase Tryan is a WNFR Team Roper from Helena, MT. Chase placed in five rounds of his first Wrangler National Finals Rodeo in 2012 and finished fourth in the world standings. In 2013, he won the Reno (NV) Rodeo and the Austin (TX) Rodeo. In 2017, Chase won the San Angelo Rodeo and the Montana (Great Falls) Pro Rodeo Circuit Finals, qualifying him for his first trip to Kissimmee, FL for the Ram National Circuit Finals. Chase takes great care of his primary competition horse, Friendly, and when he is not competing he enjoys playing basketball and hunting.

“Slone saddles fit my horses to consistently take the jerk better than any saddle I have used. They are the most comfortable saddles I have used!”

See What Chase Is Riding

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Cole Davison

Cole Davison

Cole Davison is a PRCA Team Roper. His rodeo career highlights include winning the 2014 Rancho Mission Viejo Rodeo and the Ogden (Utah) Pioneer Days Rodeo. In 2015, he won the Hand Hills Lake Rodeo, the Black Diamond Legends Rodeo, and the Bozeman Stampede. In 2016, Cole won the Cowboy Capital of the World PRCA Rodeo and in 2017 he won the Grande Prairie Stompede. Cole graduated from Sam Houston State University in Huntsville, Texas with a degree in Business. When Cole is not competing, he trains horses and teaches team roping. His favorite rodeo is the San Antonio Stock Show & Rodeo, and his favorite book and movie is The Lone Survivor.

“I have ridden Slone Saddles for 14 years now.  In those years I have had many different horses with many different backs. Slone Saddles always have the answer to keep my horse and myself ready to win.”

See What Cole Is Riding

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Scott Snedecor

Scott Snedecor

Scott Snedecor is a 15x NSFR qualifier and a 2x Steer Roping World Champion. He won Round 8 at the 2013 Clem McSpadden NFSR and placed in five other rounds to finish sixth in the world standings. In 2014, Scott won three rounds at the NFSR, including a rodeo-best run of 9.1 seconds in Round 2. Scott has had many accomplishments at the Clem McSpadden NFSR as he placed in four rounds in 2015 and finished 5th in the world, won Round 9 and placed in 6 rounds in 2016, finishing 5th in the world. In 2015, Scott won the Ram Texas Circuit Finals Rodeo and the Dodge City Roundup. In 2017, he won the San Antonio Stock Show and Rodeo and the West of the Pecos Rodeo. Scott is a 2x recipient of the AQHA/PRCA Steer Roping Horse of the Year Award. In his free time, Scott enjoys spending time with his family, hunting, traveling, and watching his favorite NBA team, the San Antonio Spurs.

“I have chosen Slone Saddles for the last 21 years of my career. The quality is second to none.  The comfort for myself as well as the horse it sets on is outstanding. I appreciate the first class staff that I get to deal with when designing the perfect saddle.”

See What Scott Is Riding