Model: Endurance - Full Quarter Bars
Category: Trail Saddles
Purchase: I got this saddle used for 100.00 in a tack store ad. I thought it fit my horse but later realized that it was bridging his back.
Likes: I think it is made really well. The seat is more comfy if you add a tush cush pad to it. The saddle seems to be very sturdy for a synthetic model. It does not feel flimsy to me.
Dislikes: The bars seem to be very flat with little or no rock to them and that is why I believe it is bridging my horses back. The gullet width is fine for my smaller draft (15.3 hands and 1300 lbs). I am in the process of looking into another Abetta saddle that has more rock and a little flare to the bars.
Quality: Seems to be well constructed and is very light compared to my other western and even my Aussie saddle.
Summary: I would recommend this saddle, just make sure the tree along with its bars fit the conformation of your horse.
Usefulness Rating: 4.69565 out of 5.
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