Model: Prix Des Nations
Category: Jumping Saddles
Purchase: I got the saddle at a local tack shop used for $300.
Likes: It has nice leather,and fits most horses nicely,and would be great for someone with long legs.
Dislikes: Most Crosby's I absolutely LOVE, but this one I had to constantly fight to keep correct position, and the leg flaps are a little too forward for me , a short legged person, but that's just my preference.
Quality: As with most Crosby's, the quality was great, it just wasn't quite what I was looking for.
Summary: I would buy this if you are looking for something for jumping and if you have long legs that are prone to coming over the leg flap on most saddles.
Usefulness Rating: 3.22222 out of 5.
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