Manufacturer: Circle Y
Model: Topeka Flex Tree Saddle
Category: Trail Saddles
Purchase: I purchased my Circle Y Topeka model in 2006 for approximately $1300.00. I purchased it online and was looking for something that would fit my 15.1HH AQHA better than the semi QH tree he was in.
Likes: This is a beautiful saddle in my opinion. I am most impressed with the "softee leather" this manufacturer uses. This feature is a blessing on your knees as torque can be a real problem for me. I'm also fond of it's lightweight and a number of friends of mine have used my saddle with similar experiences.
Dislikes: I did put about 25 rides into this saddle and though I love it, it's leaving white spots on my horse along his spine and withers.
Quality: I think this is a finely constructed saddle and one could expect many years of use out of it.
Summary: I wish this saddle fit my horse better than it does. I'm now on to purchase a treeless saddle that hopefully will be more comfortable for him.
Usefulness Rating: 3 out of 5.
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