Manufacturer: Dominus (View all products by Dominus)
Model: Dressage (View all Dressage reviews)
Category: Dressage Saddles
Purchase: I bought this saddle used from a friend and paid $1100.
Likes: The saddle was designed by Peter Menet who makes the Amerigo saddles and it is almost impossible to tell the difference between this saddle and an Amerigo saddle. This one looks most like the Amerigo Pinerolo or Close Contact. It has high quality leather, billets and the shape of the panels is the same as on the Amerigo which is supposed to be made for the horse's comfort.
Dislikes: It is a very good saddle.
Quality: High quality leather, good thigh blocks, seat is comfortable. It is not too deep but still supports me. The tree width seems to run true to what it is stamped.
Summary: If you can find one of these and are considering paying the money for an Amerigo, you can probably save quite a bit by buying the Dominus which is not made now and have the same saddle as the real Amerigo. I think this one has the wooden spring tree like the real Amerigos, not the plastic tree of the Amerigo Vegas.
Author: good rider
Usefulness Rating: 3.14286 out of 5.
21 reader(s) voted.
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