About

Brassy Bit Tack got it’s start when we looked around our tack room, and after years of changing disciplines, horses, and accommodating different riders, joked we had accumulated enough stuff to start a tack store!

We also realized that in our commitment to only using tack that really fit our horses, we had gone through a lot of trial and error, had to try different things and “traded up” many times to find the perfect piece. We all agreed that we wanted to share what we had with everyone; knowledge on how to get the right fit, the freedom to try some different, and the flexibility to keep upgrading on quality. Brassy Bit was born!

We are mainly based online, with our showroom/warehouse located in Fargo, North Dakota. We love to chat about horses, saddles, and swap stories, so send us a message, or if you are in the area, make an appointment to stop by and visit.

 

Meet our Team

Calie

Calie knows everything about bits and about saddles and she gave Brassy it’s start by being a HOARDER but hey we love her.  She’s in the army and does cool things to help women and veterans and was a nominee for 2018 woman of the year – yeah, she’s that damn cool.  She’s married to Amanda’s brother Thomas who lifts heavy things.  Calie buys all the things.

Cadie

Cadie knows all the things about saddles and making customers be happy.  Cadie also works with Cliff Langarud and is learning about making and repairing saddles so that she can live her dreams instead of being a wage slave for Corporate America.  Cadie and Calie are twin sisters. If you call, message, text, or FB, you’ll be chatting with her. Good thing, because Cadie loves to chat.  Cadie sells all the things.

Amanda

Amanda yells at Calie and Cadie both about buying all the things and selling all the things and mostly takes care of things like paying taxes and writing things for the website, like sassy bios that horrify Cadie.  Brassy Bit is located in her garage, so you are most likely to catch a glimpse of her running to put pants on if someone’s neglected to tell her there is a Brassy appointment.  Amanda ships all the things.