Manufacturer: M. Toulouse
Category: Jumping Saddles
Purchase: I bought this saddle at my local tack store, Saddlers Row. I believe I payed around seven hundred dollars for the saddle.
Likes: The leather on this saddle is so supple. it is one of the most comfortable saddles I have ridden in. Also the color looks really nice on my sorrel paint pony. I ride in hunter competitions and the saddle really gives off the clean, crisp appearance that is desired.
Dislikes: The only thing I do not like about this saddle is that the color from my tall boots has darkened part of the flaps.
Quality: The saddle is very nicely built and is of high quality. I have dropped it and it has not scratched, or gotten hurt at all.
Summary: This is a very comfortable, affordable, and beautiful saddle. Anyone that is looking for a classy, and sophisticated appearance, this is the saddle for you.
Author: Noel k
Usefulness Rating: 3.5 out of 5.
6 reader(s) voted.
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