Manufacturer: Tucker Saddles (View all products by Tucker)
Model: Plantation Model (View all Plantation Model reviews)
Category: Trail Saddles
Purchase: Bought a used Demo from Summer who owns the Saddle up rider Shop in Missouri. Paid $1,100 and the saddle had been used x 2 as a demo unit.
Likes: Comfortable, not heavy to lift up onto the back of any horse. Quality leather and just looks so nice and remains that way as I clean the saddle after each time that I ride
Dislikes: Nothing bad that I can think of.
Quality: The leather is high quality and holds a good shine when you clean it. It fits a wide, broad back horse great. Resale value is also what I like about a tucker saddle....they do not loose their value...they hold it quite well if you take good care of them.
Summary: Tucker saddles will always be a favorite of mine. They are well made, comfortable and resale value is great.
Usefulness Rating: 0 out of 5.
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