Manufacturer: Kincade (View all products by Kincade)
Model: Redi-Ride (View all Redi-Ride reviews)
Category: Dressage Saddles
Purchase: I bought this saddle from Horse Tack Co. (by the way, a GREAT online horsey store) and paid $198 for it. I bought an 18" seat, medium tree. When I got the saddle, I immediately didn't like it. It looks like a combination between a dressage saddle and a saddle seat saddle. The synthetic "leather" was stiff and the knee roll was made out of a terry cloth material. It was so stiff that it sat perched on my horses back. When I first rode in it, it was SO uncomfortable. Also, my horse started to buck when I used that saddle. I wouldn't recommend anyone to this saddle unless you're looking for something for 4H or occasional dressage competition ONLY.
Likes: The price.
Dislikes: The synthetic leather, the uncomfortableness, the stiffness, and the "medium tree" which was not as advertised.
Quality: Construction was good, but the quality was lacking in what I expect from a dressage saddle.
Summary: Avoid purchase unless looking for 4H saddle or other, as listed above.
Author: Haynes Horses
Usefulness Rating: 2.33333 out of 5.
6 reader(s) voted.
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