Manufacturer: County (View all products by County Saddlery)
Model: Conquest (View all Conquest Jumping Saddle reviews)
Category: Jumping Saddles
Purchase: I purchased a Conquest new in July 2004, with special shoulder pads (custom) to fit my downward sloping horse.
Likes: The saddle is extremely comfortable in the seat and legs. It keeps my legs in excellent position, even going up and down banks in cross-country, thanks to the knee and calf blocks. Saddle has medium deep seat, so it's easy to get out of the saddle. I could ride in the saddle all day. XRC leather has zero break in time.
Dislikes: Not comfortable for trail or general flat riding, because the calf blocks dig in if you have your stirrups set long. So, this can't be used as a general purpose saddle.
Quality: Excellent construction and quality.
Summary: This is the best jumping saddle I have ever owned. I feel I have more security on the cross-country course than my fellow riders, thanks to this secure saddle.
Usefulness Rating: 2.42857 out of 5.
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