Manufacturer: Buffalo Saddlery (View all products by Buffalo Saddlery)
Model: Pleasure Saddle (View all Pleasure Saddle reviews)
Category: Trail Saddles
Purchase: I bought this saddle off of ebay to use for casual trail riding. I payed 125$ Canadian.
Likes: This saddle is very lightweight and appears quite clean looking. It has a lot of fleece on the underside and a very comfortable seat.
Dislikes: I find that this saddle isn't all that well balanced. It's kind of flat and the back tends to pop up. These saddles are also made very narrow, so I had to buy a size larger than what my gelding usually requires. The seat is a bit slanted and I find that it forces me to lean forward.
Quality: The leather is pretty stiff, but the tree is wood and appears sound. My horse has never complained yet.
Summary: If you're looking for quality, and a saddle that promotes a good seat and long term comfort, I wouldn't recommend this saddle.
Author: Buffalo Trail Saddle Review
Usefulness Rating: 2.6 out of 5.
5 reader(s) voted.
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