Manufacturer: Tucker Saddlery (View all products by Tucker)
Model: 260 High Plains (View all 260 High Plains reviews)
Category: Trail Saddles
Purchase: Costs $1255.00 Bought at PFI Springfield Missouri. I went there with tracings in hand and was told this one would fit the gaited horses that I intended to use it on. Within 10 days both of my Gaited horses were sore on the left wither. They would not take the saddle back because it was scratched. Medium trees in the Tucker are NOT good for gaited horses. Wide trees are.
Likes: It was a comfortable saddle.
Dislikes: It lamed up 2 horses in the same spot and I took tracings there
Quality: Tucker has a lot of nice craftsmanship
Summary: If it does not fit the horse it was purchased for then put it on a shelf and just look at it.
Usefulness Rating: 2.5 out of 5.
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