Manufacturer: Duett Saddle (View all products by Duett Saddlery)
Model: Companion Trail Saddle (View all Companion Trail Saddle reviews)
Category: Trail Saddles
Purchase: Trumbull Mtn Shop allowed me to try this saddle out for 7 days to see if I'd like to buy it. It costs $1300 after the trial period if I decide to buy it.
Likes: I love the 2 tone colors, rich brown and black. There are tons of dee-rings that look like they are made much sturdier than on other saddles which I love because I'm a trail rider and need places to attach sadlle bags etc. The seat is super comfortable and very well padded. The quality is excellent.
Dislikes: Unfortunately it didn't fit my horse who has tall withers. If you have a horse that is wide with hardly any withers it would probably fit well.
Quality: Made really well; quality leather and craftsmanship!
Summary: Great saddle, just not for high withered horses.
Usefulness Rating: 2.5 out of 5.
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