Manufacturer: Devoucoux (View all products by Devoucoux)
Model: Makila (View all Makila Dressage Saddle reviews)
Category: Dressage Saddles
Purchase: I got it at a local tack shop for the giant sum of $2,200!
Likes: The feel of the leather is to die for and the feel when sitting in it makes me feel warm and fuzzy.
Dislikes: The flaps aren't as long as I'm used to and they are wider than the traditional dressage saddle.
Quality: The saddle is made of the finest leather with the stirrup bars in set in as to not get in your legs way, the tree is flexible and does not interfere with your horse's shoulder.
Summary: I thought by spending this amount on a saddle that I would be afraid to ride in it for fear of scratching it(it is so pretty to look at!) but it is a tough little thing and stands up to my abuse. The comfort cannot be beat and it really does affect my horse's movement. The oaf of a warmblood of mine has never moved better! I never enjoyed tacking up my horses but now I do just so I can feel the saddle in my hands, the leather is unbeatable! If I could, I would buy a million of these saddles but I think this one will last me a lifetime!
Author: Patty Falkowski
Usefulness Rating: 3.41935 out of 5.
31 reader(s) voted.
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