Manufacturer: County (View all products by County Saddlery)
Model: Competitor (View all Competitor Dressage Saddle reviews)
Category: Dressage Saddles
Purchase: Bought new from a tack store about 15 years ago
Likes: This saddle is incredibly comfortable. It doesn't put you in a rigid position, but it helps you "find" the right position in the tack. So far, I've had it for about 15 years with minimal upkeep on it, and it's held up wonderfully. Over time, I had the seat replaced by my local tack repairer and also had new billets installed. Otherwise, the saddle has maintained its beautiful color and shape over the years, even through extensive trail riding, lessons, rides in the rain, and the brutal conditions of Florida and North Carolina.
Dislikes: There's nothing I could say that I don't like about it. :)
Quality: This saddle is built to last - in style.
Summary: Basically, I would recommend this saddle to anyone who wants a gorgeous saddle that will hold up to whatever abuse you throw at it.
Usefulness Rating: 2.72727 out of 5.
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