Manufacturer: Stubben (View all products by Stubben)
Model: Camelot (View all Camelot reviews)
Category: Jumping Saddles
Purchase: I bought it a couple months ago for $400 on ebay after being used for a couple years. I think it retails for around $1200 new.
Likes: It is amazingly comfortable. I got it in a narrow tree and it fits my Thoroughbred extremely well and puts your leg in the correct position.
Dislikes: The only thing is it doesn't have any knee blocks (under the flap).
Quality: Great quality, even after being used for about 6 years before I bought it it looks and feels brand new!
Summary: Excellent saddle. Well worth the $400 I paid and even the $1200 that it sells for new, but of course it IS a Stubben and they're always. the best in my opinion.
Usefulness Rating: 2 out of 5.
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