Manufacturer: Circle Y (View all products by Circle Y)
Model: Topeka Flex Tree 2 (View all Topeka Flex2 Trail Saddle reviews)
Category: Trail Saddles
Purchase: I purchased my Circle Y Topeka Flex Tree 2 directly through Circle Y's online store. I purchased because of the fantastic reviews regarding comfort for both horse and rider. I paid $1,599 for mine in 2010.
Likes: I love how light weight it is. The Flex Tree allows this saddle to fit all of my Paints and Quarter Horses without the need for each horse to have it's own saddle to fit properly. I have horses with both high withers and mutten withers, and this saddle fits all of them.
Dislikes: There is nothing that I don't like
Quality: Saddle is very well made, construction is terrific, I believe it will last through many years of the type of trail riding that I do through the mountains and streams for hours on end!
Summary: Great trail saddle for comfort for both horse and rider!
Author: Tammy W
Usefulness Rating: 3.4 out of 5.
5 reader(s) voted.
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