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Join Date: Dec 2010
Location: South East Texas
I ride solely western, so ofcourse- I'm biased. I like being able to adjust my saddle quickly and easily without needing another hole cut for those oddly-shaped horses ;)
I've never had a problem with the bulk of the latigo though, if thats what you mean. Done right, it is straight, stong, and fairly thin. it's also positioned right in front of your legs, so you really don't ever touch it if you're riding correctly.
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