Kelsey Jo Lutjen-Treharne

Kelsey Jo Lutjen-Treharne

"I am so thrilled with SaddleRight pads! I have been having to cinch my horses in half and move my saddles up their backs frequently through out my rides because my saddles that fit, wouldn’t stay in position. Once i started using SaddleRight pads, none of that has been done! It’s amazing how they stay where they’re supposed to and i have zero back soreness. I am a true believer in SaddleRight Pads!"

- 2x national champion goat tyer.
- CNFR Qualifer barrel racing, goat tying, breakaway roping
- Greg Olson Memorial Futurity Champion, KN Fabs Gift Of Fame
- New Years Bustin Out Futurity Champion
- 2x Barrel Of Gold Futurity Champion
- Fizz Bomb Futurity Champion
- Colorado Classic Futurity Champion, TS Hayday Returns
- 2x Glacier Chaser Futurity Champion
- Copper Spring Ranch Futurity Champion, TS Queens Shake Em
- JB QH Futurity Champion
- BFA derby reserve world champion
- OKC Derby champion
- OKC Juvenile Futurity reserve champion
- BFA reserve slot race champion
- numerous amature/pro rodeo wins & placings.
- 600k LTE.


John Samsill

John Samsill

Discipline: Team Roping/Full Time Therapuetic Farrier

Specialties: Therapeutic Farriery/Rope Horse Training

Horses: Payday, Scooby, and Dee

Associations: World Series of Team Roping, United States Team Roping Championships, American Association of Professional Farriers

Date of Birth: 1960

Location: Wickensburg, AZ

Website: Facebook Pages: John Samsill and John Samsill Farrier Services. Instagram: John Samsill

History and Career Highlights

GCPRA Finals Champion; 8 time PRCA Turquoise Circuit Finals Qualifier; Scottsdale, AZ PRCA Team Roping Champion; 2 time Cave Creek, AZ PRCA Champion Team Roper; 1986 Coors Worlds Champion Team Roper, Farriery Clinician; Published in American Farriers Journal; Writes a monthly column “From the Back of the Box” Published in Real Country Magazine in Phoenix, AZ.

Future Goals

Qualify for 2020 World Series of Team Roping in Las Vegas, Nevada.

"Over the years I’ve tried many different pads. Pads made from just about every type of material you can think of. Pads filled with just about every substance you can think of. None of them gave me what I was looking for. Some would compress after a while and others just didn’t work. What I was looking for was a pad that didn’t compress, didn’t interfere with my saddle fit, was thin enough to let me feel my horse and most of all, a pad that my horse liked and not only worked well in, but one I could feel he was comfortable working in too. I had just about given up and was about to settle for what was out there when I discovered SaddleRight Pads. The very first time I roped on my good horse using the SaddleRight Pad, I knew I had the pad I had been looking for.

When I put my saddle on my horse with the pad on, I liked what I saw immediately. I knew my saddle fit my horse well and the pad didn’t interfere with my saddle fit at all. While riding my horse, right away I felt a difference in not only how my horse moved, but how I could feel my horse move. The pad didn’t interfere with the connection I had with my horse at all, it only enhanced it. My horse was moving freely in the pad, so the big test was how he was going to work in it. I roped about six to eight steers that first day and he felt more relaxed and comfortable on each steer. Three of my four requirements were met on the first day. As for the compressing, I can tell you that after a year’s use on many different horses and literally a few thousand steers roped, my pad not only looks new still, there is absolutely zero compression. While other pads compress, shift around and change how the saddle fits your horse, I can tell you that after a year’s use this is the same pad I put on my horse over a year ago.

I have four rope horses of my own and take in horses to train for roping and the only pad I will use is on any of these horses is a SaddleRight pad."

Sam Berry

Sam Berry

Sam Berry, head trainer at Finally Home Farm, is originally from Colorado and now based out of Lexington, Kentucky. He has spent his life traveling and competing around the United States acquiring the skills required to run and manage his own sales and training operation. Sam has worked for successful breeding, training, and sales barns before opening Finally Home Farm. This has provided him experience with horses ranging from unbroke young stock, to horses competing in FEI Grand Prix level.
As a rider, Sam has had success in both the hunter and jumper rings, from low levels with green horses to hunter derbies and upper level jumpers. As an instructor, Sam has been part of the coaching team for Pony Finalists, Equitation Finalists and Hunter champions.


“I got my first SaddleRight pad when I was 12 years old. That pad has now traveled with me coast to coast and been a part of my winning combination with countless horses. If you are looking for a pad that not only properly works with and supports your horse, but a pad that will out last any on the market, well look no further.”

Sarah Morrissey

Sarah Morrissey

- 2020 Wildfire Breakaway Champion
- 2020 placings at numerous PRCA rodeos such as: Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo, Mesquite Tx, Wolf Point Mt, Wall SD, Baker Mt, Killdeer ND.
-2019 Columbia River Circuit Champion
-7th in the 2019 WPRA World Standings
-2019 Wrangler Network Tour Champion
-2019 Las Vegas Stars Champion
-January 2019: Competed in Chicago at the Windy City Roundup (placed 4th)
- 3x WCRA Finalist at Guthrie
- won the breakaway roping at multiple Columbia River Circuit pro rodeos (Crooked river stampede in Prineville, Oregon; Coulee City Last Stand Rodeo (2x); High Desert Stampede in Redmond, Or; Moses Lake Pro Rodeo; Othello Pro Rodeo)
-5th in the 2018 WPRA World standings

-2018 Reserve Columbia River Circuit Champion

I have been using Saddleright Pads for the last 7 years and my horses love them! I have had wonderful results with the saddle pads and share that information on a regular basis to anyone that inquires about them!

Kaycee Hollingback

Kaycee Hollingback

SaddleRight would like to take this opportunity to welcome Kaycee Hollingback to our SaddleRight Performance Team. Kaycee is currently a student at Southeastern Oklahoma State University in Durant, Oklahoma. She studies for a degree in health and human performance.
Kaycee hails from Wilburton, Oklahoma and started roping at the age of nine. She has climbed the ladder of success through the ranks of NLBRA, OYRA, Oklahoma Junior High School Rodeo and the NHSRA. She competed in goat tying and break away.
In 2020 Kaycee was the Champion Breakaway Roper at the prestigious $1 million American rodeo in Arlington, Texas. She bested a field of 450 runs recently to achieve the 2021 Reserve Champion Breakaway title at the $1 Million American.
Keeping her horse feeling great and performing well is a priority for Kaycee and we were happy to help her out. We recently asked her how the pad was performing for her. She commented that her horse was running stronger to the calves, with better freedom of movement. We will continue to follow her and cheer her on as she moves towards her goal of making it to the NFR in the breakaway.

Randall Davis

Randall Davis

Randall Davis is the owner and operator of Davis Performance Horses located in Barnsdall, Oklahoma. His facility is nestled in the beautiful rolling hills of Osage County. Randall primarily focuses on training and showing Reined Cow Horses and Cutting Horses, but his program can be tailored to any discipline from colt starting to finished show horses. Randall has trained horses for nearly 20 years and shown at major shows such as the Snaffle Bit Futurity, AQHA World Show, and many others across the country. Randall also has a ranching background managing cattle ranches throughout the United States that has contributed to the development and success of his horse training program. In addition to training, he offers lessons and clinics nationwide for all skill levels and riders.

Shelby Bates

Shelby Bates

Shelby Bates is from Loomis, CA, is 23 years old and has been competing for 19 years.

She is a WPRA Barrel Racer that has goals of winning the RFD-TV’s The American Rodeo, qualifying to the 2022 California Circuit Finals and to the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo.

Shelby is a 2x American Qualifier, California Circuit Finals Qualifier, PRCA rodeo winner, as well as multiple 1D barrel racing winnings.

“She has three horses that she is competing on this year across the nation, and absolutely loves her SaddleRight saddle pads. Shelby has had problems with saddles rolling with previous pads even though her saddles fit her horses correctly. Once she started using SaddleRight pads, the rolling has stopped and her saddle stays exactly where she placed it when she cinched up. There is no more constant un cinching and re cinching while moving the pad to where it should sit on her horse. Her horses do not have any back soreness, and the pad stays up off their shoulders allowing them to have free range of motion. These pads are a big part of why her horses are competing at the top of their game. “


Kera Lamb

Kera Lamb

"My name is Kera Lamb, I am 19 and currently a freshman at WCJC where I compete at the collegiate level in rodeo. I compete in Team roping and Breakaway. I love SaddleRight because it stays in place. No matter what I'm doing it doesn’t move. I can be working cows all day in it and it does it’s job all day long!! Whatever I use it for and whoever I put it on, my pad always gets the job done !!


This year I’ve placed at multiple college rodeos in both my events. I haven’t been going to as many rodeos this year due to horses issues. I am finally back on track with them and hope to hit a lot more rodeos!


In the future I want to obtain my pro card and go hard and try to win rookie of the year. I also want to make the NFR!"


  • 2019 Mike and Sheryl Johnson average winner
  • 2019 THSRA round 1 winner 
  • 2020 Texas youth circuit finals shoutout breakaway champion 
  • 2020 Top 8 Junior American breakaway roper
  • 2021 Region 7 goat tying Champion  
Jade Keller

Jade Keller

Jade was born and raised in Seymour, Iowa. At the age of 18 he moved to Texas to start working for Craig Cameron learning how to start colts. He then moved back to Iowa to start his own horse training facility. In 2006 Jade went to one of Craig’s clinic in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, where he meet Al Dunning. Al asked Jade to come to Arizona to his ranch and help train cutting horses. Jade then packed his bags and started his journey to Scottsdale, AZ. He worked for Al for 8 years. Starting colts, showing cutting horses and working alongside him at clinics. Along the way with Al, Jade won third in the world in the 2,000 rider class, Arizona Futurity Reserve Champion, 1,500 novice horse for Arizona and the Area 2 Derby. He has also trained colts that have gone on to compete in the reined cow horse. In 2015 Jade started his own training program; Jade Keller Performance Horses. He specializes in cutting horses and reined cow horses. He recently won the AZCHA 2015 Futurity, along with Reserve World Champion in the Level 2 AQHA Junior Cutting. Jade lives in Scottsdale, AZ with his wife Tessa and two boys; Kole and Tucker. 

SaddleRight saddle pads provide close feel, support, versatility, and style to your horse in whichever discipline you choose to ride in.


Jolee Lautaret-Jordan

Jolee Lautaret-Jordan

“Many years ago, I had the privilege of having Dr. Michael Freeman adjust and balance my horses; based on that experience, I was happy to try a product he developed through his many years of treating performance horses.

Because my horses’ well being is my primary concern, Saddle Right Orthopedic Saddle Pads have been a key piece of my equipment almost from the company’s beginning thirty years ago. Through decades of use on the road as a professional barrel racer and roper, I can honestly say I’ve never had a concern over my saddle pad. Sore backs are non-existent in my world!

Saddle Right pads meet all my needs and wants—they protect my horse, allowing circulation and free movement in the muscle groups; they come in a variety of colors to suit my preference for something flashy and attractive; and, best of all, they are extremely durable. I’m still using pads bought decades ago because the inner material never compresses or loses shape.”


Jolee Lautaret-Jordan

Freelance Writing

Associate Editor, Women’s Pro Rodeo News

Cody Keller

Cody Keller

Cody Keller is an accomplished horseman, proven clinician, experienced trainer, and owner of Keller Horse Training.  He values first and formost being a good husband, father, community role model and servant of the Lord.  His combination of skill and humility make a highly sought after trainer.  He focuses on being positive and building up those who lack confidence in their riding skills.  He also encourages and challenges those who strive to ride better in their current state.

Cody supports his community by being involved with 4-H and working with troubled youth, using his experience in horsemanship.  His goals include writing a book, performing training clinic's nationally, and creating training video's for people that want to improve their horsemanship.

What makes Cody stand out from other trainers?  His intuitive and supportive approach with his participants.  You'll find solid, challenging instruction but never humiliation or judgement.  Cody leaves ego out of his training methods so you can focus on absorb instruction, feedback and recommendations.

Cody has created many excellent programs to build confidence between you and your horse.  He's a proven clinician who focuses on bringing out the best between horse and rider, regardless of the participants riding level.  Prepare to work hard and reap the benefits.

Jean Winters

Jean Winters

-Rookie of the Year 2009 Texas Circuit

- Freedom, OK Open Rodeo Champion 2007

-NFR 2013

-Calgary Champion 2013

-New Mexico State Fair champion Albuquerque 2011 -Tri-State Fair and Rodeo Amarilo, TX 2009

  - 2x Champion Pretty Prairie, KS

  - 2x Champion Coffeyville, KS

  - 2x Champion Monte Vista, CO

  - money winner at Houston, Cheyenne, Cody, WY, and most major rodeos 

When Crickets Peppy Zan, or "Zan", came into my life in the fall of 2006 I ran barrels but not seriously.  I had a dream to run barrels and win but didn't feel like I had a horse to go on.   God had better plans and the rest history.  I can't say that I knew what I was doing, Zan was easy to train.  I have no doubts that God heard my prayers early on in my life and brought Zan into my life for a reason.

Over the next few years many of my dreams have come true, due primarily to God and His goodness and a little sorrel firecracker of a horse named Zan. 

I've had several different saddles and saddle pads over the years and while I liked them I found dry spots or felt like my horse wasn't moving quite as free as need be.   I've had trouble with one horse in particular being bound up in her shoulders. No matter if I changed saddles or pads I never got the result I was looking for.   I saw a marked difference in her movement after using the Saddle Right saddle pads so I tried it on my other horses as well.   I ride a lot of different style of horses from short, wide calf roper types to tall, leggy, thoroughbred horses.  I like that this pad helps my saddle fit them all.  I don't get dry spots and I feel like it allows more freedom of movement.

Pecos Winters

Pecos Winters

“I use my SaddleRight saddle pad on a daily basis. It stays where I put it and doesn’t move, sits my horses well and allows their shoulders to move more freely. It’s a great combination of style in the arena yet holds up to the hard work of picking up broncs, dragging bulls at rodeos the everyday cowboy work that I do. In my opinion it’s the best pad going for nearly any job an equestrian could do."
Pecos Winters
PRCA Pickup Man


I’m Pecos Winters from Texline, TX. Growing up I always knew I wanted to cowboy and rodeo for a living. We had a rodeo company that my family started the year I was born, so there was never a time I remember not being around rodeo. I first started picking up broncs when I was 11 years old, then picked up for my dad for four years until we sold out in 2010. I kind of put picking up on the back burner at this time, focusing more on roping until in 2016, I finally got my chance to start picking up again at rodeos. Since that year, I’ve just went up and done more every year. Last year, I bought my pro card, which allowed me to work bigger rodeos with more exposure. I moved to South Dakota, where I was blessed with getting voted to pickup the Minnesota Rodeo Association Finals. I’m hoping this year is even better than years past, getting more rodeos and hopefully getting to go back to the finals again.