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    03-20-2012, 12:05 AM
Identifying my English saddle?

I need help identifying my saddle. I bought it for $85 at an antique store, and I found out it was a Zaldi saddle (Spanish company that make jumping, dressage, trail, and traditional Spanish saddles). However, I have no idea what make it is! It's definitely old and is coming apart, but once I get it fixed I'd love to use it as my jumping saddle for showing!

Here are some pics (sorry for little detail); it has a nameplate on the back that reads "Linda Bramblette" and has no padding on the saddle flap like most jumping saddles.

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    03-21-2012, 02:40 PM
Sorry, I've no idea if the model has a name but that loop on the flap is to retain a surcingle, which tells me it's a jumping saddle.

Not much help, sorry.

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    08-17-2012, 03:11 PM
If Zaldi has an e-mail, you can send them the serial number and/or some good pics and they might have some information. I did that with my 1980 Courbette Husar. Good luck!

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