Manufacturer: Tucker (View all products by Tucker)
Model: Equitation Endurance Trail (View all Equitation Endurance Trail Saddle reviews)
Category: Trail Saddles
Purchase: Ordered this saddle from an online vendor, Mary's Tack, after checking out Tucker's website. Paid around $1600.
Likes: It is exceptionally comfortable - love the gel-cush seat! You can ride all day and not get sore in this saddle. It is a beautiful saddle too.
Dislikes: It doesn't fit all horses, specifically my young horse outgrew it when he built up more width in his withers. Seems to fit a shorter-backed horse with lower withers better than a taller horse with withers and broader shoulders.
Quality: Construction and quality is excellent. After 2 years, it still looks great and it's taken a lot of trail miles.
Summary: I would highly recommend it, but make sure your horse has the body type to suit this saddle. Their plantation style fits a wider horse better.
Author: E Lacy
Usefulness Rating: 2.8 out of 5.
5 reader(s) voted.
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