Manufacturer: Derby Originals (View all products by Derby Originals)
Model: Top Trainer Jump/Hunt Saddle (View all Top Trainer Jump/Hunt Saddle reviews)
Category: Jumping Saddles
Purchase: I bought this saddle in a package from the Tack Wholesale website for $235 USD. I bought it because I wanted an english saddle for my Arab.
Likes: For a cheapy saddle the quality was alright. It had plenty of D rings, which I liked.
Dislikes: First off the 'wide' tree is not wide at all. It was too narrow for my mare who normally wears a medium tree. I also found it very uncomfortable to ride in.
Quality: The quality is OK for a cheap saddle. The bridle and stirrup leathers that came with it were junk though, the paint from them kept flecking off in my hands.
Summary: Not a saddle I would have bought if I had known about the weird sizing and how uncomfortable it was. I think there are plenty of other low end saddles that are a lot better than this one.
Usefulness Rating: 3.25 out of 5.
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