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    11-02-2011, 06:52 AM
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Green Broke
Labelle dressage saddles?

This should possibly go in the tack section, I apologise in advance! But I am probably more likely to get a response on here.
Duffy (Argh!) is changing shape so fast (more argh!) and we've been through three saddles already. Wintec, Stubben, Kieffer. Bonus she's putting muscle on, bad side.. I don't have a saddle!! She is fairly high withered, but it looks like a camel hump at the moment because she needs to put more back muscle on.

Now, has anyone heard of these saddles? You can change them with a saddler, sits off the wither, super duper comfortable, AND it has like..pouches I would say, so its not on the shoulder so much! Weird, but genius! I rode her in somoene elses yesterday and my lord... it was pure BLISS. I loved it! Any reviews, or any other saddle makes, throw my way!
     
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    11-02-2011, 09:21 AM
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Showing
Duffy, I've never heard of the brand unfortunately (but you are in Europe). If you have some money to spend I'd suggest also to consider Black Country. I tried Eloquence and it was a nice saddle of great quality (and all reviews I read are very positive). They also customize them (and while they are pricey I think it's quite a fair price for the customized saddle). I believe they are in UK.

P.S. It's OK section for "dressage saddle" question.
     
    11-02-2011, 10:17 AM
  #3
Green Broke
Thanks Val :)
Will have a look.. my christmas bonus is around 1000, 200 of that needs to be put aside for Rufus' vets bill and then the rest is saddle money!! Which is a fair amount, I'm looking more second hand that anything else, and go from there!
     
    11-02-2011, 10:23 AM
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Showing
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Originally Posted by DuffyDuck    
Thanks Val :)
Will have a look.. my christmas bonus is around €1000, 200 of that needs to be put aside for Rufus' vets bill and then the rest is saddle money!! Which is a fair amount, I'm looking more second hand that anything else, and go from there!
I wish I could try Berney Brothers dressage one (Berney Kildare Dressage Saddle or Berney Show Saddle). Because that would be my range of price. I tried their jumping saddles couple times and they felt amazingly under by butt (unfortunately one didn't fit my horse, and other was in too bad of shape).
     
    10-30-2012, 08:43 PM
  #5
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I know this is a super old thread but I thought i'd revive it as I went to a clinic over the weekend with Maggie Broekman and she rode in a labelle as did all of the riders that I was there to see (so four + people). And the one rider that I had an opportunity to sit and talk to for a bit said most people at that barn have been converted to labelle saddles. I can't seem to find out much about them but they're clearly here in the states as well. Maybe someone has heard more about them since this original post?
     

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