Category: Jumping Saddles
Purchase: I purchased my saddle from the Farm House tack shop in Tryon, North Carolina. I paid $2260 for this amazing piece of tack.
Likes: I absolutely love this saddle. It fits very nicely to any horse as it comes in a size 33" tree. The color is nice and the leather has a "grippy" texture so that it doesn't have you slipping all over the place. As an event rider, I especially like the knee blocks and the seat. The seat is flat enough so that you can easily jump and gallop in it; however it is no so shallow compared to a show jumping saddle. It works very well for the cross- country and stadium phases of the event. I also compete 3-5 horses at various levels from Novice to Intermediate and they all seem happy in this saddle.
Dislikes: I like everything about this saddle except for the fact that it is very expensive.
Quality: The quality is unbeatable! This is probably the best two flap saddle on the market for eventing.
Summary: I absolutely love the Prestige event saddle. It rides great and is comfortable for my horses and I all the time.
Author: Sam Johnston
Usefulness Rating: 2.5 out of 5.
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