Model: Synthetic Trail Saddle
Category: Trail Saddles
Purchase: I got it from Greenhawk, and paid $250. I got it as my first saddle or a budget.
Likes: It was light, easy to clean.
Dislikes: It didn't fit a single horse I tried it on. The seat was really big, and didn't come in many sizes (14 and 16"). The second time I rode in it, the stirrup fell off spooked my horse than the rigging let go making the saddle fall off with me in it.
Quality: poor all round, you can get a good used saddle for better quality, and beyond better construction
Summary: This saddles are not made safely and don't last, either a week or a year it isn't worth the money, or the pain it may cause.
Usefulness Rating: 2.6 out of 5.
5 reader(s) voted.
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