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My saddle is too narrow--any help?

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        04-09-2010, 09:41 PM
    I would suggest buying a saddle with a changable gullet, these are great! If you ride more then one horse that uses different gullets then it works amazingly. But more importantly if your horse changes shape (from building muscle, ect.) and starts to need a wider gullet there is no need to buy a whole new saddle! Just the new gullet is needed. Wintecs are great saddles and they are cheap and you can buy the wintec with the changeable system. I have an Isabelle (which wasn't as inexpensive as I would have liked lol) and have used the s=gullet system many times when riding different horses, ect.
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        04-12-2010, 12:07 PM
    I agree with fivefurlongs. I have a wintec and love it. Sounds like your horse changes shape so you might want to consider a saddle with a changeable gullet
        04-12-2010, 12:34 PM
    Just a word of warning... Wintecs are great if they fit your horse. Even with a changeable gullet, they can still not fit correctly. The gullet can only change so much, and it doesn't change the basic shape of the saddle.

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