Join Date: Dec 2012
Location: in horse heaven
[QUOTE=Speed Racer;1917584]If you're going to be training for over fences, cross country and eventing, you'll need an eventing, jumping or CC saddle. The majority of those 3 types of saddles don't have cutbacks, and if they do, they're extremely minor.
You seem to be caught up with the term 'cutback', for some reason. That's not a type of saddle, it's merely a style.
I have to say, your goals are rather lofty. All of those disciplines require intense training, and are expensive in which to compete. Not saying you can't do all three, but you may find you don't have the time or desire to continue with more than one of them.
Where is your trainer in all of this? He/she should be advising you on the best type of saddle for what you want to do, not just let you wander around blindly, looking at inappropriate tack.[/QUOTE
well, i don't exactly have a trainer she just owns the barn that hampton is at there are only two horses there:hampton and Stetson.i have my riding instructor but she does not have time to come with me to every tack shop i go to and the lady who owns the barn doesn't really ride she only does natural horsemanship
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