Do you find that all Quarter Horses need the full QH bars, most, some? Lol
What part of the horse do I have to measure to know if it will need semi or full QH bars? (something about gullet and cneter of the back right?) And what are the actual measurements that would make it so? (I'd try to measure the horse myself and take it off to a saddle shop to see if I can find a great fit, but there aren't any here that I know of, so I am thinking of getting a saddle online.)
I had my eye on some the Abetta saddles. They seem to be good quality and well priced. I was just wondering what your opinions are on them too. So if you own/have owned/ridden in one, could you tell which 'model' it was and how you liked it?
I was also looking at the Abetta Pathfinder, and somebody (in a review) said that it fit all her horses, which were various breeds, very well... how often does that happen with saddles? That is fits many different breeds/horses with different conformation, etc.
Another thing I noticed was a lot of the Abetta's say something about a Quarter Horse Ralide tree (or just Raliade tree)... what is that???
I've been looking on Stateline Tack for a long time. XD lol My eyes may fall out...
So many questions... XD
If you'd like to look at these and tell me what you think, that would be great! (for QH trail horse)
Pathfinder - Abetta Pathfinder Saddle - Statelinetack.com
Camo - Abetta Camo Square Skirt Saddle - Statelinetack.com
Super Cushion Trail - Abetta Super Cushion Western Trail Saddle - Statelinetack.com
Chisolm Trail - Abetta Chisolm Trail Saddle - Statelinetack.com
Not all of them give all the info for bar and tree types among other things. ROAR. I don't know why. :(