Category: Jumping Saddles
Purchase: I bought my 10 year old butet saddle from an online dealer for about 1,600 dollars.
Likes: I love my saddle, it had ended my horses horrible back problems and fits every horse I ride, from a welsh pony to my 16.3 hh thoroughbred. The leather is soft and supple, and gives me lots of security when jumping.
Dislikes: The leather is not the most durable, and I cannot wear jeans when riding in it, however breeches dont damage the leather, and for a 10 year old saddle, it had held up really well.
Quality: The construction is top of line, the quality is top notch, and the workmanship could not be better. Everything about it makes it a great saddle for both horse and rider.
Summary: If you want a saddle that is super comfy, and secure when flating and jumping, and a saddle that will fit your horse, as well as other horses you ride, this is the saddle for you! I would rate it a 6 if i could!
Usefulness Rating: 4.16667 out of 5.
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