Model: High Plains
Category: Trail Saddles
Purchase: I bought the Tucker High Plains saddle after seeing positive comments on a barefoot internet group. I needed a saddle to fit my QH who needed a large tree that was flared for his shoulder movement. I bought it in Chilliwack, B.C. for $1900.
Likes: I like the fit on my horses. They move more freely. And the saddle is deep seated and very comfortable for me.
Dislikes: Leather a bit stiff at first--needs time to break in to soften.
Quality: Excellent construction and quality work.
Summary: One of my better purchases.
Usefulness Rating: 2.625 out of 5.
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