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        12-29-2013, 08:17 AM
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    Foal
    Any recommendations for a deep seat trail saddle?

    I tried my friend's Billy Cook trail saddle model 1536 and I loved it. The seat was deep and flat. I can't afford the Billy Cook price tag so I'm looking for a saddle that has a deep seat. I don't care if it is synthetic. I just want something comfortable. Any suggestions?
         
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        12-30-2013, 10:17 PM
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    Foal
    I use an Australian Stock saddle for trails. It has a fairly deep seat and with the poleys it keeps you nice and snug in the seat. I've gone down some pretty steep hills, a little too fast, and felt very secure. Another added bonus is I was able to get it custom fitted by faxing the company a wither tracing. My boy has been difficult to fit a saddle for and it's great on him. I know this might not be the answe or suggestion you were looking for since you mentioned a Billy Cook but just throwin that out there. Lol :)
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