Manufacturer: Fabtron (View all products by Fabtron)
Model: Lady Fabtron Flex Tree (View all Lady Fabtron Flex Tree reviews)
Category: Trail Saddles
Purchase: I bought this last summer from The Horse Saddle Shop. I paid around $600 for it with a bridle, chest plate, reins.
Likes: Very light, very nice looking, fits a number of horses well (Bashkir curly, medium size paint and an appaloosa/Belgium cross). And, on top of this, very very comfortable on the trail and in the arena. I feel very secure in this saddle.
Dislikes: Nothing really.
Quality: Very well constructed. I have had it a year and rode in rain and snow, did a river crossing and it comes out looking like the day it arrived. No issues with construction. Very low maintenance...wipe and go.
Summary: Great value for a comfortable, attractive saddle that fits a variety of horses well. This is the first "ladies" saddle I have had and it does make a difference!
Author: horsing around
Usefulness Rating: 3.625 out of 5.
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