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    06-22-2010, 11:53 AM
Have you considered Thornhill's Vienna II? Retail $995, but I've seen used much cheaper. HDR has a couple of models, too.

A brand I'm not familiar with, but I had a friend who worked with this place for trying to find a saddle that fit. She said they were very helpful.

Meyerstone Dressage Saddles

For used, I've always thought that UsedSaddles.com, Pelham, and Rick's Heritage had a decent selection in that price range.
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    06-22-2010, 12:32 PM
Green Broke
Originally Posted by StormyBlues    
HITS, do you have any tack shops around that you try saddles in?
I have a couple, but most of them carry these brands only:

M. Toulouse

Wintec's are out because I don't want another synthetic, since I own one now. I do like M. Toulouse and their prices are right, but I was just wondering aloud on here what others thought, to see if there might be a trend in one saddle name repeating...so far there's not haha!!
    06-22-2010, 12:34 PM
Green Broke
Stubbens are really nice...... Save up? Lol
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    06-22-2010, 12:37 PM
Green Broke
LOL yeah ;) I actually almost ended up with a new Stubben for $700!!! It was the Laurus, and they said it just wasn't selling because it was a 16", but I normally get 16.5" and I fit the seat...but my poor little knees were at like the end of the flaps LOL! Then I figured out it's a YOUTH saddle hehe! I thought I had a deal!
    06-22-2010, 12:38 PM
Green Broke
Hahahahaha!!! Check eBay :)
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    06-22-2010, 11:50 PM
Stubbens are very nice. =]

I picked up a Kieffer saddle in excellent condition for $500. She "didn't know" the model (It was printed clearly on the flap.... o.O ), and since it's a higher-end model, apparently, I lucked out. =] I rode in a few Kieffer Wein saddles, and I liked those, too. The older Kieffers are the ones that I prefer to the newer ones. They hold up wonderfully and mine is SUPER comfy. AND you can find a bunch used online! =] If you're looking for new, though, they're well over $1,000.

I also liked the Karl Niedersuss saddles, those go for about $600-$800 used in nice condition, too.

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