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        10-13-2009, 03:03 PM
    Hey guys ... here are three saddles I was looking at:

    what do you think about...
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        10-13-2009, 03:30 PM
    Before I got my saddle (and after my riding accident in my collegiate) I rode/borrowed a lot of different saddles.

    My faves were the Antares and Butet. But on the cheaper but still on the nicer end of the spectrum I really really liked Stubbens, and I totally recommend.

    There is actually a woman in Alameda, who owns a saddle company called Reactor Panel. I don't know how much they cost, but you can test ride them for 2 weeks and they come out and do a saddle fitting. So it might be something to check out. Also BayEquest is awesome, lots of people are selling higher end saddles like the Butet, Antares and County for 1/3rd the price of what they are worth. It might be in your best interest to hold out, save 500 more dollars to make an offer on a used High End saddle.
        10-13-2009, 03:42 PM
    I called over to Happy Tails and they have a Stubben Jueventus for $800 .. they also have some Frank Baines saddles ... Ill check out Bayequest
        10-13-2009, 03:42 PM
    I also really like this one:

    Stubben Jumping saddle PERFECT
        10-15-2009, 12:48 AM
    So my trainer just sold one of our ponies and part of that sale included a 16.5 Crosby. I think that's what size you said you rode in. Anyways you can come try it or I think she might be putting it on consignment at Happy Trails, though you'd probably get it for cheaper if you just get it from her, since you know consignment stores make consignment lol
        10-15-2009, 12:36 PM
    Oh I was looking at a Crosby .. what do you think of this one?

    Also I went down to happy trails and they have a Stubben that I am in love with the way it feels, I sat in it and actually put in and offer and they are waiting for the owner to call them back ...

    I also sat in a B and B ... I had never heard of them but I loved the way it looked but it didn't hold me as well at the Stubben ...
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        10-15-2009, 12:37 PM
    Oh and the Stubben is a Jueventus and it is that kind of orange color- I am not sure about the color, are ppl getting that color now?
        10-16-2009, 04:14 PM
    Originally Posted by kchfuller    
    oh and the Stubben is a Jueventus and it is that kind of orange color- I am not sure about the color, are ppl getting that color now?
    Everything gets darker with oiling and use. Just strip it and oil it when you bring it home, really love on it with the oil like 2-3 coats.
        10-16-2009, 05:02 PM
    Originally Posted by Void    
    Man I don't have a Mom who would pay for my stuff either... and my dad's been dead for 22 years......

    I guess you could just save your pennies like other people do. I know that's the way I can afford things.

    Look on ebay ! I just got an m toulouse for $550....im penny pinching too, but right now I have a wide tree collegiate [foam flocked ICK that doesnt fit any of the million horses I ride =/]
        10-17-2009, 03:56 AM
    Got a Stubben off E-bay and I should be here by the end of next week :) it is darker leather too which is what I wanted yay!

    Void: the Stubben at Happy Trails was well used just still really orange, oil can do wonders though I am not sure how much darker this saddle would have gotten

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