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post #11 of 30 Old 04-08-2012, 08:29 PM
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All I know is that mine was a medium, and it was a 31 or 31.5.

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All I know is that mine was a medium, and it was a 31 or 31.5.
Haha, seeing as I didn't even know the model that's fair enough
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post #13 of 30 Old 04-08-2012, 08:48 PM
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My saddle is a 31, & it is a medium-wide (this was confirmed by Stubben). A 30 would be a medium. If you want more information on your Stubben saddle, you could try sending pictures to buddy@stubbennorthamerica.com He is extremely knowledgeable & responds very quickly!

Also, the term "VSS" would just mean that it is a saddle designed for jumping, it wouldn't be the model name :) I wonder if it might be a Wotan?

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My saddle is a 31, & it is a medium-wide (this was confirmed by Stubben). A 30 would be a medium. If you want more information on your Stubben saddle, you could try sending pictures to buddy@stubbennorthamerica.com He is extremely knowledgeable & responds very quickly!

Also, the term "VSS" would just mean that it is a saddle designed for jumping, it wouldn't be the model name :) I wonder if it might be a Wotan?

Well, thank you! Also, your horse is beautiful!
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Also, the term "VSS" would just mean that it is a saddle designed for jumping, it wouldn't be the model name :) I wonder if it might be a Wotan?
It looks very similar to my wotan. OP you got a great deal!
This is mine, my tree is a 31.5 which is a bit too wide for my TB
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It looks very similar to my wotan. OP you got a great deal!
This is mine, my tree is a 31.5 which is a bit too wide for my TB
Oh wow, looks identical to this. Well, now I know!
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Well, thank you! Also, your horse is beautiful!
Awh thank you!
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The Stubben looks like an old Siegfried to me. If it is the older tree, 30 was a wide - 28 was a medium. Nowadays the old 30 is more like a decent medium to medium-wide.

$25 is an absolute bargain! Just bear in mind that because of the saddle's age the flocking will likely be well compacted and the seat rock hard (but Stubbens always are). If you're getting the girth straps replaced it might be worth the saddler stripping out the old flock and replacing it while the panel's off :)

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post #19 of 30 Old 04-09-2012, 03:39 PM
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if you contact stubben and give them the serial # they can tell you the model, year made, tree size, etc.


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1018 Wounded Knee Lane
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if you contact stubben and give them the serial # they can tell you the model, year made, tree size, etc.


Call us toll free:
1-800-550-1110
Write us:
Stübben North America
1018 Wounded Knee Lane
Troy, VA 22974

Call us toll free:
info@stubbennorthamerica.com
I will probably try this.....along some point in its life someone removed the stubben plate on the back and replaced it with a personalized gold plate. I am kind of curious to know if they send out replacement parts like that?
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