Model: Cheyenne Tucker Trail Saddle
Category: Trail Saddles
Purchase: I bought this saddle new at a tack shop for $1,500.
Likes: This saddle is very nice to ride in. you can sit in it all day and not be in the least bit sore. The leather is very supple. It has a ton of rings and extra long ties strings, which is great for trail riding.
Dislikes: The dye ran off of the saddle when I got caught out in the rain. The horn went from a dark red-brown to light pink in about 15 mins. The fenders are different lengths on the saddle. the skirt has started to "bubble" in the back.
Quality: I think that the saddle is way over priced for what it is. I should not have had the dye run off in a light rain. I am very unimpressed with this saddle.
Summary: This saddle is not worth what I paid for it. the only way I would get another one is if I was paying under $500 for it. It is nice to ride in, but the quality is not what I expected. I have been told that the older Tuckers are much nicer saddles.
Usefulness Rating: 2 out of 5.
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