About Us

Who We Are...

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Joshua M. Siegel, Owner

Society of Master Saddlers Master Saddler & Qualified Saddle Fitter


Kate Siegel

Office Assistant


Siegel Saddlery is a family operated business that opened in 2010. 


In our free time we love to travel, visit with family & friends, spend time with our furry family members Maggie(Lab who loves to swim and fetch a stick!) and Lexi(friendly cat who loves to get in to the wool flocking) and attend equestrian events.

Certifications & Trainings

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Society of Master Saddlers(SMS) Master Saddler - 03/2017  

 - SMS Qualified Master Saddler - 03/2016 

 - Training & Exams at The Saddlery Training Centre, Salisbury, UK - 02/2016


Society of Master Saddlers(SMS) Qualified Fitter - 11/2016

 - SMS Qualified Fitters Course- 07/2016

 - Training with Debbie Witty, SMS Qualified Fitter and owner of Performance Saddlery Trilogy Saddles


Apprenticeship with Anthony Cooper from 2000 - 2010

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An article written about Siegel Saddlery in the Equine Journal Northeast


Craftsmanship and customer service are Siegel Saddlery's top priorities. Owner Joshua  M. Siegel takes pride in presenting his customers with top-notch work.  "I consider my work the highest quality repair you can get" says Siegel.  Siegel Saddlery specializes in English saddle repairs, including saddle  fitting and re-flocking and general tack repair. In addition to  traditional English saddle repairs, Siegel specializes in side-saddle  restoration.


Siegel Saddlery got its start following Joshua M. Siegel's 10-year  apprenticeship under saddler Anthony Cooper, in which he worked his way  from apprentice to assistant doing full service saddle fitting and  repairs. During his apprenticeship, Siegel trained under two Master  Saddlers in England before starting his own business.


Based in Royalston, Massachusetts, Siegel Saddlery's service area for saddle  fitting covers Central New England; including Massachusetts, Rhode  Island, Connecticut, Southern Vermont, New Hampshire and Maine. Siegel  makes barns calls, inspecting the saddle's fit on the horse and flocking  the saddle on site. "A general rule for saddle fitting is that if you  are riding more than a couple times a week you should have your saddle  fit twice a year" explains Siegel. "If you're riding less than a couple  times a week, you should have it fit once a year." A correctly fitted  and flocked saddle is critical to keeping your horse comfortable and  healthy.


Repairs are available to any location through mail delivery. Simply contact  Siegel Saddlery for a quote. Siegel Saddlery strives for a timely  service. "Most of the time I can get saddles returned within two weeks"  says Siegel. Customers can be certain that repairs will be completed and  tack returned promptly within the promised time frame.


Siegel  Saddlery believes in caring for the customer. This means maintaining  good lines of communication, providing quick service, and offering  competitive pricing. "I enjoy taking pride in my craftsmanship, doing  quality work, and ensuring that the clients are happy with the repairs."  Siegel Saddlery provides quality work that stands the test of time and use.


By Natalie DeFee Mendik, Equine Journal Northeast, April 2011


Note: As of 10/13/2015 we no longer travel to Maine. As of 2018 we no longer travel to Connecticut.


Community Involvement

We have provided support to a variety of organizations including: