Manufacturer: Tucker (View all products by Tucker)
Model: Equitation Endurance (View all Equitation Endurance Trail Saddle reviews)
Category: Trail Saddles
Purchase: I normally ride in an English saddle but wanted one more suited to trail riding
Likes: Not as heavy or uncomfortable as western saddles that I tried out and a similar close feel to my English saddle. The enduro girth system kept the saddle in place while negotiating some steep climbs.
Dislikes: I think they look a bit cheaply made considering the price but I bought mine secondhand for a reasonable price
Quality: reasonable construction and quality.
Summary: I have a gaited horse and he goes great in this saddle, it is also comfortable for me. The tree sizes do not seem to come that big I had to buy a wide tree for my horse.
Author: lorraine Shaw
Usefulness Rating: 3 out of 5.
8 reader(s) voted.
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