Thanks for the Artistry
Thanks, the scabbard and sling look great. You did a really nice job! Thanks for the artistry that you brought to each piece. Owen, Lewisville, TX
Nate has made for me two holsters for my .38's and a knock bottle for when I'm not carrying. Great workmanship. Showed several people and they are impressed with the tooling on the leather. Also made a belt for me and my wife. Would recommend him for all your leather work. - Russ Poll, Michigan
I trust Nate
You can’t find a better guy in the valley than Nate May. His work is a piece of art that you can make a living out of and last you until your grandkids are out of college. His shoeing work is well balanced and scientific, when your cowboyin’ for a living your tack and your horses feet are your life and I trust Nate with all three. – Randy, Redstone, CO
Last of a Dying Breed
I’ve known Nate for many years now and I can say that he is the last of a dying breed. He know’s more about the outdoors and horses than anyone else I know.
I’ve known Nate for several years now and can say that he is knowledgeable in the outdoor world. On horse or on foot, we’ve been over a couple of mountains. Whether it is horses, hunting, or fishing, he has the experience to help make the most of your day. – Mike, Bailey, CO
Best leather work I've ever seen! - Mike, Colorado
Skills And Patience For A Horse Transformation
My then 6 month old Thoroughbred colt Oliver was given to me because he had one front foot that turned out badly at an angle, and would unlikely never be useful as a racing horse. Despite the fact he was not the easiest to handle at time, Nate felt he could correct the problem with frequent trimming as the bones and joints of his legs were growing. So Nate patiently put up with his nervousness, and performed weekly to biweekly corrections of the troublesome hoof.
Now Oliver is fully mature and has NO noticeable deviation, lameness, or any other problems with his front hooves. Thanks Nate for having the skill, knowledge, and patience to work on Oliver when he was a silly colt, and for transforming him into a completely sound riding horse today! – Jena Queston, DVM