Model: Western Semi-QH
Category: Trail Saddles
Purchase: I bought it a Petsmart State Line Tack for $300.
Likes: The saddle is light, only about 20lbs. It's easy to clean, I just hose it off. I don't have to worry about getting it wet. I can just leave it in the barn and it doesn't mold like my friend's saddle has.
Dislikes: When I bought it Wintec didn't make the Full-QH saddle. It fit my horse when I first got him, but with work my horse has broadend and the semi bars are a bit tight.
Quality: The saddle is very well built. I love the equisuede. I also like that the stirrups can adjust to my 35" inseam.
Summary: This is a wonderful saddle and I am going to get one in full-QH bars as soon as possible. I would recommend it to anyone who goes trail riding and doesn't want to spend a lot of time cleaning tack.
Usefulness Rating: 2.57143 out of 5.
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