Manufacturer: St. Florin (View all products by St. Florin)
Model: Dressage Saddle (View all Dressage Saddle reviews)
Category: Dressage Saddles
Purchase: I borrowed this saddle. I was told it was purchased for $700 -(highway robbery).
Likes: This saddle is attractive to the the naked eye. The knee blocks are removable.
Dislikes: I don't like how cheap this saddle is. You can't tell who made it or where it's made. The leather is poor and has a fishy smell to it. The twist is too wide and hurts your hips when you ride in it. It hurts your rear when you ride in it for a long time.
Quality: The leather quality is cheap. The construction is amazingly quite sturdy for the time I had it, but it does not allow you to keep proper contact with the horse's sides.
Summary: This saddle is odd. Would NOT recommend it. I was just desperate and couldn't afford a saddle at the time, bless the person who let me borrow it though.
Usefulness Rating: 2.8 out of 5.
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