Manufacturer: Circle Y
Model: Park and Trail
Category: Trail Saddles
Purchase: I picked up this practically bran new saddle at a consignment shop. I was used for showing but I wanted a nice comfortable saddle for trail riding that would be comfortable for my horse as well. I paid $500.00 dollars for this saddle, it is a quality made saddle and stands up to the Circle Y name all the way to the bank!
Likes: The leather seat lets you move around instead of being stuck on suede in one place, the saddle molds to the horses back and looks nice enough to put on a horse for a show!
Quality: The tooling is beautiful, the brown, black color combination makes this saddle stand out from he rest. Along with all the extras, double rigging so you can adjust the girth forward or back if need be. The fleece padding is nice and thick and has a lot of Dee's for hanging stuff from if need be.
Summary: Reputation, style, quality stands up to its name!
Author: J. Tiltman
Usefulness Rating: 4.57692 out of 5.
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