Model: Light Trail Saddle 2175
Category: Trail Saddles
Purchase: Hi I bought my saddle at Marys Tack in Del Mar Ca. I spent $1200.00 for it and I have to say it was well worth the price.
Likes: It is the most comfortable saddle. It has a padded seat and has plenty of room in the thigh area. The saddle only weighs 27 pounds, and being a woman that is such a relief when putting it on my horse. The stirrups are stainless steel and padded, so on a trail it is very comfortable.
Dislikes: The only fault I can find is it didn't come with a flank cinch. It has been hard to find one that matches perfectly.
Quality: Hand crafted leather. It features the Equifit tree which is wood and fiberglass. In skirt stainless steel rigging. Stirrups are a light weight metal Trail stirrup with a shock absorbing foam cushion in the tread. Padded seat.
Summary: I'm a first time rider so it was important to find a saddle that not only looked good but fit in every way.
Author: Krista Fredericksen
Usefulness Rating: 3.33333 out of 5.
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