Find everything for your horse, farm, ranch, and rodeo kids at Smith and Edwards Co!

Whether you wear spurs for rodeo or ranching, whether your kids are in 4-H raising lambs or racing barrels, and whether you bulldog, ride trails with your bedroll or just day trips, pack out elk in the winter, or just rope in the back yard.... you'll find everything you need at Smith & Edwards.

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Preview of our scarf tying Youtube video.

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We're fun!

We update our blog with helpful tips & fun ideas we think you'll love. And you MAY even get photos & video PROOF of us pranking our friends around here! They love it when we put that stuff on Youtube.... *wink*

Tom and Jess participating in the hide race at the Ogden Utah Pioneer Days Rodeo in 2014.

Like the time we told Tom (who makes saddlebags) it would be FUN to be part of the Hide Race at Ogden Pioneer Days. Jess (who ships all the orders) didn't tell him she'd be on the horse instead of him.... and he'd need to wear pink pants for breast cancer awareness....

We've been around a long time

Smith & Edwards started in 1947: Bert Smith's side business while he ran his ranch in Ruby Valley, Nevada. In 1979, we began making our own leather tack for Western ranches here in our shop in Ogden, Utah, and took it on the road.

In 2013 we put our Western Tack online. Now you can order the riggin and ropes you need at your ranch, for rodeo, bags & gear for trail riding and hunting on horseback... and get it delivered in a box on your doorstep.

Bert Smith working in the saddle shop around 1980. Dave, Steve, Marty and Tom sorting leather in our Western Tack Shop in the early 2000s.
Mr. Smith in the workshop circa 1980.
He's still here at 95 years old, and I think that phone is too
Today: Sorting leather to make into tack,
hackamores, and pack bags.