Manufacturer: Circle P (View all products by Circle P)
Model: Equitation saddle 16" FQHB (View all Equitation saddle 16" FQHB reviews)
Category: Trail Saddles
Purchase: I borrowed this saddle from a man at our stables. I have been on a saddle fitting quest for over 2 years now trying to fit my draft cross. I have trouble with bridging.
Likes: I like the fact that the tree fit my horse great.
Dislikes: The seat literally hurts females to ride in it. I have had 3 other women other than myslef ride in it and the seat hurt them too. It does not seem to bother the men. The seat is nice and padded but the hump in it is not made right or something. It is awful.
Quality: The construction is OK for the price I paid but the seat is terrible for comfort. We had problems for a few days after riding in it.
Summary: Would not recommend to anyone. They need to reconfigure the seat on this saddle.
Usefulness Rating: 2.25 out of 5.
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