Manufacturer: Big Horn (View all products by Big Horn Saddlery)
Model: 501 (View all 501 reviews)
Category: Trail Saddles
Purchase: Purchased for $250.00 from Saddle Shop. It was purchased for the low price.
Likes: Lightweight and cheap price.
Dislikes: The saddle wore our quickly. It causes sores on horses and fits poorly. I have 7 different horses and it fits poorly on every one. Saddle is very uncomfortable to ride for extended periods. I have 14 riders that use the saddle on a regular basis and all complaint about leg and hip pain. Color has faded and the saddles are falling apart. We still have the saddle and we use them on special events to match, but riders have gone to other saddles for training and pleasure riding because of the discomfort.
Quality: Poor quality. Several of the D-rings have pulled out and the screws holding the strings are not secure.
Summary: I would not purchase again due to poor fit, poor quality, and very uncomfortable.
Author: Ed Brower
Usefulness Rating: 2.8 out of 5.
5 reader(s) voted.
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