Model: Elite EQ
Category: Jumping Saddles
Purchase: After months of deliberating, i decided to purchase an equitation horse for myself, due to the fact my hunter horse was getting worn out at shows from all my hunter/eq classes. I realized after purchasing my EQ horse he needed a medium tree, while my hunter needed a wide. I tried out an Elite EQ at dover, and fell in love. I paid about 1000 for it, and bought matching equipment (bridle, martingale, stirrup leathers, girth, etc) for another price.
Likes: this saddle is great! I have very long legs, and it fits well! The flatter seat seems to help me balance a little more than my other saddle does. It was a forward flap to support me over my high fences, and the french leather is amazing.
Dislikes: Well, the color rubs off, which is annoying, but i take very good care of it, and it isn't to bad.
Quality: This saddle is worth its weight in gold. Attention to detail, great leather, and a custom-fit feel make this saddle priceless.
Summary: This saddle is so amazing. I plan to buy a Circuit Elite for my hunter when my Toulouse wears down.
Usefulness Rating: 2.5 out of 5.
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