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    02-16-2013, 12:32 AM
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which one and why?

I am looking to purchase a Wade saddle for my mare and not break the bank. I am looking at both a Corriente and a JC Martin. I am not famialr with either. Can anyone tell me if one is better than the other or just give their opinions/experiences with these two brands? Input greatly appreciated! Thanks!
     
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    02-16-2013, 02:56 AM
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Originally Posted by mvinotime    
I am looking to purchase a Wade saddle for my mare and not break the bank. I am looking at both a Corriente and a JC Martin. I am not famialr with either. Can anyone tell me if one is better than the other or just give their opinions/experiences with these two brands? Input greatly appreciated! Thanks!
I do not have any experience with the JC Martin but I am considering a curriente. I have some friends who own a guest ranch and all of their saddles are Corrientes and they have been really happy with them. Seem like a well made saddle, comfortable and reasonably priced. I do like the wade style and my friends have a few of them but for their guests they prefer the association trees...particularly the "bull moose". A Wade from them is likely to be my next saddle.

Cheers!
Les
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