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What's your Cross-Country saddle?

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        02-23-2010, 09:46 PM
    Because that saddle is awesome!!
    Thanks Steph! So is yours though! I got super lucky with this one!
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        03-26-2010, 04:44 PM
    I LOVE LOVE LOVE my Collegiate Senior Event saddle. For someone on a budget it's the best saddle. I have a friend that has a custom dressage saddle and she steals my saddle sometimes when she needs to get closer to her horse because she raves about how close you can get while still maintaining a "dressagey" seat. Then you hike your stirrups up and away you go stadium or cross country. It's not perfect for any one stage but it's very acceptable and serviceable. I call it my "work horse saddle" because it does about 20 jobs. I show in it, I trail ride in it, I do dressage in it, I event in it, I jump in it, I use it for lesson riders to help them get their balance and seat, it fits most horses I've put it on, etc etc etc. For the money it's worth every penny and more that I paid for it and it didn't break my bank =)
        03-27-2010, 04:12 PM
    Dressage is in an Anky Salinero & stadium/XC is in a Pessoa GenX

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