Manufacturer: Prestige (View all products by Prestige Saddle)
Model: Red Fox (View all Red Fox reviews)
Category: Jumping Saddles
Purchase: I bought this saddle at a small tack shop by my old barn. The size i need however, was not in stock in the country and I had to order it straight from the manufacturer in Italy. I paid about 1,700 for it.
Likes: This is one of the Least expensive of the prestige models. I spent 6 months looking for a saddle before I came across this one. I really like that it puts your leg more underneath you than your average jumping saddle. It is also very comfortable for the horse.
Dislikes: The leather on this saddle is very nice, although it is not as nice as some of their more expensive saddles.
Quality: It has bigger knee blocks which a velcro removable, as well as small calf blocks behind your leg. It comes semi-custom with different available flap lengths to fit every leg.
Summary: This is a great saddle. It looks beautiful and everyone one that I have had sit in, just sings it's praises. Overall, very comfortable and secure in everything you do.
Usefulness Rating: 0 out of 5.
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