Category: Jumping Saddles
Purchase: This saddle was given to me by the owner of the horse I purchased.
Likes: I can post very well in this saddle, and it fits mostly all of the different horses I ride.
Dislikes: The knee blocks are too small, and my leg swings violently back and forth because of the slick leather along my calf when I canter, so I have to make my stirrups short. If you but this saddle, be SURE to break into it, and condition it VERY well.
Quality: The leather is not the best and resisting scratches, but the seat part of the saddle is very soft when well taken care of.
Summary: TO me, this is more like an all purpose saddle, so if you are looking for a jumping saddle, go for something else. But on the whole it turned out to be an okay all purpose saddle.
Usefulness Rating: 2.5 out of 5.
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