PEDRO TOBAR. The Saddlery Route.
More than 60 years ago, in the lands of Marchigüe, a saddler emerged, who over time would enjoy fame and prestige. At twelve he was already working with leather and dye, and at 19 he was completely immersed in the huaso world of saddlery. His father was his first teacher, who, in turn, learned from his brother-in-law at the Fundo San Guillermo. Later he perfected saddles with Ricardo Núñez. Thanks to his trade, he lived in Pichidegua and San Fernando, until he returned to his beloved Marchigüe. He had to give up, in difficult times, as a merchant and farmer, but despite the ravages of life he never stopped developing his specialty: the mount. This is Pedro Tobar, a man of effort, of temper, of ñecle; an absolute representative of the Marchiguano field.
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