Model: Nona Garson
Category: Jumping Saddles
Purchase: I tried my trainer's Nona and had to have one. I got mine at The Atlanta Tack Shack for $2750 and that included Sprenger stirrups and matching leathers.
Likes: I love the quality of the leather. The saddle is very soft and comfy. Even a new jumper like me can tell the difference in the more balanced feel over jumps in this saddle. Well worth the money!!
Dislikes: The price!!! However, it was worth every penny.
Quality: The saddle looks so pretty, you almost do not want to ride in it. The leather is soft but durable and can be cleaned and oiled. The saddle is well balanced. The tree can also be adjusted up or down 2" by approved Prestige dealers.
Summary: I wish someone would have told me about this saddle a couple of years and two saddles ago. It would have saved me a lot of money in lesser quality saddles. The saddle is well worth the money.
Usefulness Rating: 0 out of 5.
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