Manufacturer: Bates (View all products by Bates)
Model: Isabell Werth (View all Isabell Dressage Saddle reviews)
Category: Dressage Saddles
Purchase: I purchased a used Isabell Werth dressage saddle and I have been told by my trainer that the right side needs to be restuffed. I sent it off to a well known saddler and he sent it back saying that he could not find how to open the panels. Has anyone else had this problem?? I am using a gel pad under the saddle now, so as that my horse will be as comfortable as possible. Help please, I want to have the saddle properly fit for my horse
Likes: The comfort, the correct seat position for a new rider such as myself, and the leather is such that you do not slip.
Dislikes: Cannot find how to open the panels.
Quality: Seems to be well constructed, but my saddler cannot find the opening to restuff the panels.
Author: S J
Usefulness Rating: 3.11111 out of 5.
9 reader(s) voted.
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